ACCORD: Archaeology Community Co-production of Research Data

Stuart Jeffrey, Alex Hale, Cara Jones, Mhairi Maxwell, Siân Jones, 2017

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ACCORD: Archaeology Community Co-production of Research Data

Location World regionBritish Isles and Ireland
British Isles countryScotland
TGNWorld, Europe, United Kingdom, Scotland [7002444]
Grid reference Latitude longitude
bounding box
60.8607515
-8.6498706 -0.7246751
54.6332381
Subject Event Type (England)PHOTOGRAMMETRIC SURVEY
Monument Type (Scotland)WHEELHOUSE
Monument Type (Scotland)CHAMBERED CAIRN
Monument Type (Scotland)CHAPEL
Monument Type (Scotland)COMMEMORATIVE CAIRN
Monument Type (Scotland)DUN
Monument Type (Scotland)GRAFFITI
Monument Type (Scotland)GRAVESTONE
Monument Type (Scotland)INSCRIBED ROCK
Monument Type (Scotland)INSCRIBED STONE
Monument Type (Scotland)MANSE
Monument Type (Scotland)MAUSOLEUM
Monument Type (Scotland)RECREATIONAL
Monument Type (Scotland)SCULPTURED STONE
Monument Type (Scotland)SPORTS SITE
Monument Type (Scotland)STATUE
Monument Type (Scotland)STRUCTURE
Monument Type (Scotland)BURIAL AISLE
Monument Type (Scotland)CEMETERY
Project dates Created From01-JUN-2014
Created To30-NOV-2014
First Released22-MAY-2017
Related information Associated PublicationJeffrey, S. (2015). Challenging Heritage Visualisation: Beauty, Aura and Democratisation. Open Archaeology. Volume 1, Issue 1, ISSN (Online) 2300-6560,
Associated PublicationJeffrey, S., Hale, A., Jones, C., Jones, S., Maxwell, M. (2014). The ACCORD Project: Co-producing our Digital Heritage. In: Rogers, J., Papdimitriou, I. & Prescott, A. (Eds.) Open Collaborative Making, A Digital Perspective: As part of the V&A Digital Design Weekend 2014. London, ISBN: 978-0-9576868-1-6
Associated PublicationJeffrey, S., Hale, A., Jones, C., Jones, S., Maxwell, M. (2015). Stories ACCORDing to communities. In: Rogers, J., Papdimitriou, I. & Prescott, A. (Eds.) Big Data in the Arts and Humanities: some Arts and Humanities Research Council Projects. London, ISBN: 978-0-9576868-1-6
Associated PublicationJeffrey, S., Hale, A., Jones, C., Jones, S., Maxwell, M. (2015). The ACCORD project: Archaeological Community Co-Production of Research Resources. Proceedings of the CAA 2014 (Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology) Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne. Paris, France, from 22nd to 25th April 2014.
Associated PublicationMaxwell, M. (2017). Power is in the Process: The ACCORD project. Internet Archaeology 44.
Associated PublicationMaxwell, M., Hale, A., Jeffrey, S., Jones, C. & Jones, S. (2014). 'The ACCORD project: recording your heritage in 3D'. Archaeology Scotland Summer 2014, Issue 20 ISSN: 2041-7039
Associated PublicationMaxwell, M., Hale, A., Jeffrey, S., Jones, C. & Jones, S. (2014). ACCORD: the future of community heritage in 3D! Archaeology Scotland Winter 2014, Issue 21 ISSN: 2041-7039
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