Sustainable Data from Digital Fieldwork: Proceedings of the Conference Held at the University of Sydney, 4-6 December 2006
Linda Barwick, Edited by Linda Barwick and Nicholas Thieberger
Sydney University Press, Jan 1, 2006 - Research - 176 pages
Academic fieldwork data collections are often unique and unrepeatable records of highly significant events collected at considerable expense of researcher time, effort and resources. While fieldworkers have been quick to take advantage of digital technologies to enable them to collect and organise their data, standards and workflows are only now beginning to emerge to assist researchers to submit their data for archiving and access. This collection of refereed papers from the conference of the same name held at the University of Sydney in December 2006 provides a record of recent research practice by fieldworkers in linguistics, botany and anthropology, and by archive and repository managers.
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