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Billed as "A Service of Digital Antiquity," the Digital Archaeological Record (tDAR) is an international digital repository for the digital records of archaeological investigations. This remarkable archive is overseen by a board of directors with expertise in a range of professional fields, along with experts from the University of Arkansas, Arizona State University, and the University of York. A good place to start might be the sections that orient visitors to the work here. They include Access & Use, Contribute, Preservation, and Who Uses tDAR? The Featured Content area offers users a glimpse of the most useful archaeological records contained within the archive. Near the bottom of the homepage, visitors can peruse the What's New at tDAR" area to get a feel for digital images recently added to the collection, along with field reports. [KMG]
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