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Internet Archaeology now fully Open Access

Posted on 6 October 2014

Another pioneering step for Internet Archaeology

Internet Archaeology

To considerable applause and congratulations from far and wide, Internet Archaeology, the department's very own international journal, has completed the transition from a subscription to a fully open access journal, making 37 issues of archaeology research freely available. 
Open access to archaeological research offers significant academic, professional and social benefits and providing free, immediate access is the most effective way of ensuring that research can be read, integrated into archaeological practice and built upon. There are, as yet, very few journals who have made the transition despite the wealth of debate and discussion by much bigger players in the publishing arena, so Internet Archaeology has (once again) become an early pioneer in this regard. 
More information is available on the University of York's News page.
About the journal: Internet Archaeology is an international journal hosted by the Department of  Archaeology at the University of York.  The contents of the journal are archived with the Archaeology Data Service (also based in the department) whose remit is the long-term preservation of digital research materials.