This workshop has now been rescheduled due to illness and will now take place on Monday the 26th June. Places are still available.
Most archaeologists working in Scotland (and the wider UK) will know about OASIS (http://oasis.ac.uk/pages/wiki/Main). OASIS is currently undergoing redevelopment and part of that process involves trying to realise a long held ambition to better integrate museums into the process (http://archaeologydataservice.ac.uk/blog/oasis/?p=383).
As part of our Museums Project, ScARF will be hosting a small workshop to try and bring together those working in Scotland with OASIS (especially those in a *museums* and archaeology setting) to learn more about OASIS and plans for its development.
The workshop will be held in the conference room of the National Museums Scotland on the 26th June 2017. Attendance is free and will be on a first come, first served basis as places are limited.
Jo Gilham (HERALD Project Manager) at the Archaeology Data Service and Peter McKeague (Spatial Information Manager, Historic Environment Scotland) will be on hand to answer questions and to let those who will be (or could be) using HERALD know more about how the redevelopment might affect their work. Paula Milburn (Discovery and Excavation Scotland editor) will also be on hand to answer questions and provide a Scottish perspective.
If you work with OASIS at the moment or are involved with the deposition of archaeological archives in Scotland and want to know more, then this is the workshop for you! We especially encourage those working in museums and archaeology who might use OASIS to come along.
If you wish to apply for a place at this workshop, or to find out more, then please email firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible.
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