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The Digital Archaeology Toolkit

Rachel Starry

University of California, Riverside

The Digital Archaeology Toolkit ( is a collaborative project led by three former CLIR (Council on Library and Information Resources) postdoctoral fellows who are engaged with digital archaeology as both practitioners and educators. The project aims to curate a crowd-sourced list of digital resources and tools for archaeological research, teaching, and publishing. Built atop these crowd-sourced resources, the project curates multiple "deployable" digital toolkits to address particular research problems and workflows in archaeology. The toolkits, published openly online, can be customized by users and tailored to specific research or pedagogical needs.

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