Dataset

NSW Archaeology Online: Grey Literature Archive

The University of Sydney
Dr Martin Gibbs (Managed by) Dr Sarah Colley (Managed by)
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NSW Archaeology Online (NSW AOL) is a non-profit archive facility dedicated to preserving and making available information about NSW archaeological research. Users must agree to the terms and conditions set out in the Terms of Use.
http://nswaol.library.usyd.edu.au/index.jsp?content=screens/text/copy.jsp

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The collection is openly accessible to researchers, students and the public. subject to serms and conditions of the NSW Archaeology Online Common Access Agreement.
http://nswaol.library.usyd.edu.au/index.jsp?content=screens/text/copy.jsp#user

Brief description

NSW Archaeology Online is a sustainable digital archive of information about the historical archaeology and heritage of important cultural places in New South Wales, Australia. The project makes a collection of previously unpublished 'grey literature' reports discoverable, searchable and publicly accessible online for the first time. Most reports were created before mid-late 1990s in hard-copy (handwritten or typewritten) format only. The reports document archaeological field surveys, excavation and heritage assessment projects conducted under the NSW Heritage Act and are an important resource for research, education, heritage interpretation and management.

Presentation of the archive is a partnership between University of Sydney Library and the Archaeology of Sydney Research Group. The University of Sydney Library provides access to the collection. Stage 1 was funded by a NSW Heritage Grant 2009-11.

This description is drawn from the NSW Archaeology Online: Grey Literature Archive website: http://nswaol.library.usyd.edu.au/index.jsp?page=home

Data time period: 1800 to 1970

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