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Archaeology, Open Access, RIP Aaron Swartz

January 14, 2013

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Last week Aaron Swartz killed himself because of the issue of Open Access. He was facing 35 years in prison for trying give people access to pre-1920s publications e.g. not under copyright. He also had a history of depression which probably played a significant aspect in his decision to kill himself. Obvious not being Aaron […]

Barriers to Participation in Archaeology Online Workshop: Archaeology Gets Inspired: Examples of Online Public Engagement From Across UCL

May 28, 2012

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Next video from the barriers workshop. All of the presentations can be seen here or you can look at the whole event here- http://storify.com/lornarichardson/workshop-on-barriers-to-participation-with-archaeo Dr Joe Flatman & Laura Cream UCL Institute of Archaeology / UCL Public Engagement Unit Archaeology Gets Inspired: Examples of Online Public Engagement From Across UCL This talk will showcase some […]