Mathematical Institute of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts
|Title:||Methods and Capacity in Archaeological Data Management in Serbia||Journal:||Archaeology and Science (Arheologija i prirodne nauke)||Volume:||17||First page:||113||Last page:||135||Issue Date:||2021||Rank:||M51||ISSN:||0352-2474||DOI:||10.18485/arhe_apn.2021.17.7||Abstract:||
Over the past year and due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the entire world has witnessed inequalities
across borders and societies. They also include access to archaeological resources, both physical and
digital. Both archaeological data creators and users have spent a lot of time working from their homes,
away from artefact collections and research data. However, this was the perfect moment to understand
the importance of making data freely and openly available, both nationally and internationally. The
authors of this paper selected databases from various institutions in Serbia responsible for the preser-
vation and protection of cultural heritage, in order to understand their policies regarding accessibility
and usage of the data they hold. It needs to be seen whether it is possible to access digital objects, if
access is open for all users or it requires a certain hierarchical access, and what the policy of usage,
re-usage and distribution is.
|Keywords:||Data | Data management | Serbia | Archeology | Database||Publisher:||Centar za nove tehnologije Viminacium ; Arheološki institut Beograd|
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