[Internet Archaeology]

Internet Archaeology Archive: presentations

1995


March/April

31st March-2nd April: Mike Heyworth presented a paper to the Computer Applications and Quantative Methods in Archaeology 1995 (CAA95), University of Leiden, Leiden, Netherlands. The paper will be published in the conference proceedings. See full text

November

22nd-24th: Mike Heyworth presented a paper at III International Congress on Computing and Archaeology, National Research Council, Rome. The paper will be published in the conference proceedings. See full text.

December

15th: Julian Richards delivered a lecture at the the GIS and the Internet meeting at the University of Siena. See full text


1996


February

9th: Seamus Ross delivered a lecture titled 'Internet Archaeology: Overcoming the Obstacles and Using the Opportunities', Networked Information in an International Context, CNI, CAUSE, JISC, and BL, London

17th: Alan Vince gave a talk at the Computer Applications in Archaeology Conference at the University of York.

19th: Alan Vince gave a seminar at the Archaeology Department, University of Southampton.

21st: Alan Vince gave a seminar at the Archaeology Department, Durham University.

22nd: Seamus Ross delivered a lecture titled 'Internet Archaeology: an international journal for archaeology', at The Tenth Annual Computers in Libraries International 96, sponsored by Learned Information Ltd

March

4th: Alan Vince participated in the Open University's seminar on "Future Directions: Archaeology, Multi-Media and the Internet" at Milton Keynes.

April

20th: Alan Vince gave a talk at the Welsh Institute of Field Archaeologists "Science and New Technology in Archaeology conference at Cardiff.

May

7th: Alan Vince gave a seminar on Archaeological Publication on the Internet at Lund University, Sweden.

9th: Alan Vince gave a seminar on Archaeological Publication on the Internet at Moesgard Institute of Anthropology and Archaeology, Department of Prehistoric Archaeology, Moesgard, århus, Denmark.

10th: Alan Vince gave a demonstration of Archaeological Publication on the Internet at Vejle Library, Vejle, Denmark.

30th: Alan Vince gave a seminar on Archaeological Publication on the Internet at Leiden University as a guest of the Dutch Research School (ARCON) and ArchWEB.

September

5th: Sandra Garside-Neville gave a talk on Internet Archaeology at the LIBTECH exhibition at the University of Hertfordshire. Other Electronic Library Programme journals will also be represented, including:

For a write up of the session see Ariadne Issue 5.

6th: Alan Vince spoke at the Association of Archaeological Illustrators Annual Conference in Canterbury>

10-12th:There was a display stand at the 'Archaeology in Britain Conference' at the University of Manchester.

November

15th-16th Alan Vince spoke at the Society for Museum Archaeologists Conference 1996 in St Albans, Hertfordshire


1997


January

16th The journal was demonstrated by Sandra Garside-Neville and Julian Richards at the Arts and Humanities Data Service launch in London, UK

April

2nd-6th The journal was represented by Alicia Wise of the Archaeology Data Service at the annual meeting of the Society for American Archaeology in Nashville, USA

10th-13th Alan Vince spoke at the Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (CAA97) conference at the University of Birmingham, UK. His paper was called 'Archaeological Publishing on the Internet: Internet Archaeology's First Year. A version of this paper has been published in Internet Archaeology

22nd A workshop, run by Sandra Garside-Neville, Paul Miller and Alicia Wise, was held at The King's Manor, York, UK. It introduced archaeologists to the Web and Internet Archaeology in particular.

30th Seamus Ross spoke at the 'Managing Electronic Journals: the CIC model' seminar at the University of Warwick, UK

June

3rd: UK - Dr Christopher Snyder, of Marymount University, Virginia, USA, spoke at the University of York on Sub Roman Britain - a valid construct? See his paper in Issue 3.

27th: UK - Alan Vince and Sandra Garside-Neville spoke at the EVA 97 Conference at University College, London

August

27th-29th: UK - Julian Richards spoke at 'BULISC '97 - New Tricks 2: eLib & Telematics: Projects and Partnerships', Bournemouth University

September

9th-11th: UK - Sandra Garside-Neville, in partnership with Alicia Wise of the Archaeology Data Service, ran a workshop called 'Publication and Preservation on the Internet' on Thursday 11th September at the Institute of Field Archaeologists Annual Archaeology in Britain Conference at the University of Manchester. There was also a demonstration stand

14th-17th UK - Seamus Ross spoke about 'Internet Archaeology: success and lessons' at the Digital Resources for the Humanities '97 conference in Oxford.

October

1st-4th: Belgium - Alan Vince set up a poster display and demonstration stand at Medieval Europe 1997 in Brugges, Belgium

November

12th: UK - There was a drop-in session from 10.00 til 12.30 at the Internet Archaeology Office at The King's Manor, University of York.


1998


March

21st-22nd: Ireland - Julian Richards spoke on 'Electronic Archiving and Publication: disseminating the data in 2000 + or - ?' at the Irish Association of Professional Archaeologists Spring Conference, 'Archaeology 2000 + or - ?', Ballinalsoe, County Galway.

25th-28th: Spain - Sandra Garside-Neville represented the journal at the Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology conference in Barcelona

25th-29th: USA - Julian Richards represented the journal at the Society for American Archaeology's Annual Meeting in Seattle

April

22nd-24th April: USA - Alan Vince spoke at the Advances in Digital Libraries 1998 conference in Santa Barbara. For further details see: http://www.alexandria.ucsb.edu/conferences/ADL98

September

23-27th September: Sweden - Julian Richards represented the journal at the Fourth Annual Meeting of the European Archaeological Association, in Goteborg, Sweden. He spoke on issues of Digital Preservation & Electronic Preservation as well as contributing to the EAA Round Table on 'Archaeology and the Internet'.

November

26th - London - Judith Winters talked briefly about the journal at the Fifth ALPSP (Association of Learned and professional Society Publishers) 'Publishing and the Internet' Seminar, when the journal received a Special Mention in the Charlesworth Group Award for Electronic Journals for issue 5.

December

7th-8th: UK - Judith Winters, Val Kinsler and Alan Vince ran a course on 'Publishing Archaeology on the Web: an introduction' at the University of Oxford's Department of Continuing Eduction.


1999


January

28th-31st: UCLA, Los Angeles - Mike Heyworth and Julian Richards represented the journal and spoke at a workshop on electronic publication in archaeology.

April

14th-18th: - Julian Richards spoke at the Annual Computer Applications in Archaeology Conference, Dublin.

19-20th UK - Judith Winters spoke on 'The Electronic Journal: publishing archaeology on the web' as part of the course 'An Introduction to Archaeological Publishing' at the University of Oxford's Department of Continuing Education.

May

York - Judith Winters spoke about and demonstrated the journal to the IFA Workshop on 'Writing for Archaeologists' at the King's Manor, University of York.

June

17th: - Edinburgh - Judith Winters spoke about Internet Archaeology at the meeting at Longmore House (Historic Scotland) on 'Publication and Archiving'. Alan Vince also demonstrated the Wickham-Jones and Dalland article in issue 5 to the audience.

September

16th - Bournemouth, EAA, `Publishing Archaeology in the New Millennium'. Judith Winters gave a paper in this session on `Internet Archaeology: where do we go from here?'.

December

13-14th - Judith Winters, Val Kinsler and Alan Vince ran a course on 'Publishing Archaeology on the Web: an introduction' at the University of Oxford's Department of Continuing Education.


2000


February

23rd - `Internet Archaeology: publishing beyond print' by Judith Winters. A talk on the opportunities and enjoyment of archaeology on the web, to the Friends of Gwynedd Archaeological Trust, Neuadd Rhos, University of Bangor, Wales.

April

6th Julian Richards presented a paper on behalf of the journal at the SAA conference in Philadelphia. Internet Archaeology: Where Next? by Julian D. Richards, Michael P Heyworth and Judith Winters.

6th: - Judith Winters made a presentation titled 'Internet Archaeology: publication beyond print' in the From Data to Information session at the IFA annual conference in Brighton.

December

11-12th: - Judith Winters and Val Kinsler ran a course on Publishing Archaeology on the Web: an introduction' at the University of Oxford's Department of Continuing Education.


2001


January

12th: - in absentia, Judith Winters presented a paper titled 'E-publishing and the Integrated Archive: virtually publishing everything' at the Society for Historical Archaeology conference at Long Beach, California. Thanks go to Kathryn Denning for presenting the paper on our behalf at the last minute!

June

25th: - Judith Winters presented a paper on "Internet Archaeology - dealing with non-text submissions" at the Change and Continuity in Scientific Communications meeting at the KNAW Trippenhuis, Amsterdam.

September

13-14th: - Archaeological Informatics seminar. University of Glasgow. Judith Winters presented a discussion paper on "Electronic Publishing and Archaeology"

December

10-11th: - Judith Winters and Val Kinsler ran a course on Publishing Archaeology on the Web: creating and maintaining a quality resource' at the University of Oxford's Department of Continuing Eduction.


2002

January

23rd: - "Internet Archaeology: exploring the old with the new". Talk given by Judith Winters at a joint meeting of the British Computing Society (Humberside Branch) and the East Riding Archaeological Society.

April

2-6th: - Judith Winters presented a paper at CAA, Heraklion, Crete on "Towards Sustainable Publishing for Archaeology"

December

9-10th: - Judith Winters and Val Kinsler ran a course on Publishing Archaeology on the Web: creating and maintaining a quality resource' at the University of Oxford's Department of Continuing Eduction.


2003

July

16th: - Judith Winters gave a paper on Archives and Publication at Units Workshop organised by the ADS at King's Manor, York.

December

8-9th: - Judith Winters and Val Kinsler ran the course on Publishing Archaeology on the Web at the University of Oxford.


2004

April

14th: - 'Paths beyond Print: the road to full electronic publication', paper presented by Judith Winters at Computer Applications in Archaeology conference, Prato, Italy.

September

23rd: - 'The Value of E-journal Publishing', paper presented by Judith Winters at Digital Resources for Archaeologists in Local Government (Preservation, Portals and Publishing), King's Manor, York.

December

6-7th: - Judith Winters ran the course on Publishing Archaeology on the Web at the University of Oxford.


2007

September

9-12th: - 'Jumping barriers: the LEAP project and online archaeological resources' was presented by Stuart Jeffrey and Judith Winters at the annual Digital Resources for the Humanities and Arts (DRHA) conference in Dartington.


2008

January

24-25th: - 'Making the LEAP: linking electronic archives to publications' was presented by Michael Charno, Judith Winters and Julian Richards at CAA-UK Southampton.

May

28-30th: - 'Internet Archaeology: a case study in links, levels and layers' was presented by Judith Winters in the Enriching Online Journal Articles session at the Society for Scholarly Publishing conference in Boston, Mass. USA.


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