All paper and poster abstracts are listed below by submission type and then in alphabetical order by first author. Open online access to these abstracts is provided to promote interest and discussion in the conference, accordingly (and in the spirit of academic discourse) please reference and attribute the works of the authors when citing elsewhere.
Dr. Mark Lake (University College London) – Open Archaeology
Paper Abstracts (& Videos)
Paul Backhouse – Laser scanning is pointless. Lets do more!
Erik Champion – Game Issues for Scholarly Discourse or for Public Understanding
Michael Charno – ADSeasy: Developing a system for data deposition
Nathalie Cohen and Courtney Nimura – Digital Outreach and the Thames Discovery Programme: What Next?
Helena Demetriou – Digital Tabletops & Collaborative Learning for Archaeology: ‘How can Multi-Touch Interfaces allow us to bridge the gap between archaeological artefacts and the viewer by creating engaging collaborative learning environments for adults with digital object handling?’
Ulla Rajala and Philip Mills – Analysing and visualising the ceramiscene of Roman Nepi
Giovanni Murru, Marco Fratarcangeli and Tommaso Empler – Practical Augmented Visualization on Handheld Devices for Cultural Heritage
Matteo Romanello – SkOSifying an Archaeological Thesaurus
Henriette Roued-Cunliffe – Can we share? – current status for sharing heritage data online!
Stephen Stead – Cloud computing and Cultural Heritage IT
Neil Beagrie, John Houghton, Stuart Jeffrey, Ray Moore – Impact of the Archaeology Data Service: a study and methods for enhancing sustainability
Catriona Cooper – Using Acoustics to Explore Lived Experience at Late Medieval Sites
Doug Rocks-Mcqueen – Open Access in Archaeology
Iza Romanowska, Tom Brughmans – ‘A Connected Island?’: how the Iron Curtain affected Palaeolithic Archaeologists in Central Europe