ADS Terms and Conditions Summary

By using the ADS you are free to:

  • Use – use material for learning, teaching and research (including commercial archaeology purposes)

  • Adapt - remix, transform, and build upon the material for learning, teaching and research (including commercial archaeology purposes)
  • Share - copy and redistribute the material in any medium or format for learning, teaching and research (including commercial archaeology purposes)

Under the following terms:

  • Acknowledge, in any publication the original depositors and the ADS as the data provider.
  • If you share, remix, transform, or build upon material, you must distribute your contributions in the public domain and are made available for others to use according to the normal principles of professional and academic practice.

You cannot:

Sell material to a third party.

Notes

By teaching we mean directed teaching undertaken with a designated tutor in a formal setting.

By learning we mean self-directed study, whether or not attached to an educational institution.

By research we mean any work undertaken for the advancement of archaeological knowledge and/or the understanding of the historic environment. Such work may be commercially sponsored, funded by academic bodies or learned societies, or it may be unsupported. It therefore includes fieldwork undertaken under commercial contract, so long as the outcomes are placed in the public domain.

The following is an example of how to correctly cite an ADS data collection:

Southampton City Council (2013) Chapel, Royal South Hants Hospital, Fanshawe Street, Southampton (SOU1570) (data-set). York: Archaeology Data Service (distributor) (doi:10.5284/1018074).

The above summary is an explanatory aid and not a substitute for our terms of use and access to ADS resources which are are defined in these documents:


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