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Joomla! powered Site Joomla! site syndication http://www.v03.jiia.it 2018-08-17T01:32:48+01:00 Powered by Joomla! http://www.v03.jiia.it http://www.v03.jiia.it/images/M_images/joomla_rss.png text/html 2007-02-09T00:00:00+01:00 http://www.v03.jiia.it Sovereign power to information scientists! http://www.v03.jiia.it/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=1&Itemid=2 Sovereign power to information scientists!‘Journal of Intercultural and Interdisciplinary Archaeology’ (JIIA) online since 10 October 2003 (static site in HTML 4.01; now called Version 01), was launched as an online journal specialised in archaeology, with an intercultural and interdisciplinary vocation. It evolved into the Archaeological Disciplinary Repository aligned with the Open Access Archiving Protocol (OAI-PMH), a resource repository from the viewpoint of open knowledge, open content, and digital libraries.At the beginning of 2005 the value-added presentation portal, which was developed through an open source Content Management System, was enhanced with the ‘JIIA MyOpia Repository’, the archive of the Journal, achieved with the open source Myopia software, that was developed by the University College London (UCL) for the collection of research of that institution (in the current structure of JIIA that implementation was then called Version 02).After 4 April 2006, the JIIA MyOpia Repository (as a result of various circumstances) was replaced by the higher performing ‘JIIA Eprints Repository’: an enormous undertaking, faced alone, the crossing of a tempestuous sea, having as the sole vision the promotion of open access to research in the field of archaeology.The mission was accomplished with the creation of a digital library for archaeological research, an open archive linked to the Journal, one of the few such implementations in this field internationally.For years, true scientists have input their research (in the fields of medicine, physics, chemistry, mathematics, etc.) in open archives, making it freely accessible. The archaeologists are terribly and morbidly jealous of their ideas! The circulation of ideas comes only through magazines and interpersonal communications, in groups, during conventions!The traditional copyright politics prevent the free circulation of ideas! The transfer of rights to the publishers from the authors inhibits the optimisation of research through other reasonable channels! Since the beginning of 2007, this new portal replaces and updates the preceding one (that had been stagnant for months due to technical reasons): this is Version 03; it is still supported by the JIIA Eprints Repository (open to updates and improvements), realised with the Eprints open source software, developed at the School of Electronics and Computer Science, University of Southampton, UK, by a team of developers headed by Christopher Gutteridge. text/html 2007-06-11T18:51:51+01:00 http://www.v03.jiia.it JIIA Citations http://www.v03.jiia.it/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=31&Itemid=53 Citazioni e recensioni di JIIA'Journal of Intercultural and Interdisciplinary Archaeology' ed il correlato Archaeological Disciplinary Repository 'JIIA Eprints Repository' (Open Access Repository) sono stati oggetto di analisi e recensione in:Antonella D'Ascoli, 'JIIA Journal of Intercultural and Interdisciplinary Archaeology un'esperienza telematica di comunicazione scientifica (http://soi.cnr.it/archcalc/indice/PDF16/DASCOLI243-270.pdf)', in 'Archeologia e Calcolatori (http://soi.cnr.it/~archcalc/index.htm)' n.XVI, 2005, pp. 243-269Journal of intercultural and interdisciplinary archaeology (JIIA) (http://www.intute.ac.uk/artsandhumanities/cgi-bin/fullrecord.pl?handle=20061128-230232) . Catalogued by Andrea Vianello. Intute is a free online service providing you with access to the very best Web resources for education and research. The service is created by a network of UK universities and partners. Subject specialists select and evaluate the websites in our database and write high quality descriptions of the resources. The database contains 118369 records (luglio 2007)Antonella D’Ascoli, 'Risorse on line per l’archeologia: una breve nota (http://documenti.rinascimento-digitale.info/doc-pdf/dla-contributi/Risorse-OnLine-Archeologia.pdf)' (sintesi prodotta nell'agosto 2006, e revisionata nell'ottobre 2007), in Biblioteche Digitali in Italia (http://documenti.rinascimento-digitale.info/index.php?title=Biblioteche_Digitali_in_Italia). Scenari, Utenti, Staff e Sistemi Informativi. Rapporto di sintesi del progetto Digital Libraries Applications, coordinato e curato da Anna Maria Tammaro, nell'ambito dei progetti della Fondazione Rinascimento Digitale (http://www.rinascimento-digitale.it/). text/html 2009-03-10T17:19:20+01:00 http://www.v03.jiia.it Porti antichi e retroterra produttivi http://www.v03.jiia.it/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=35&Itemid=44 Congresso Internazionale: Porti antichi e retroterra produttiviLivorno, Museo di Storia Naturale del Mediterraneo 26-28 marzo 2009Università degli Studi di PisaMuseo di Storia Naturale del Mediterraneo (http://www.provincia.livorno.it/attivita/museo/home.htm) La Provincia di Livorno, insieme con la Soprintendenza per i Beni Archeologici della Toscana e l'Università di Pisa (Dipartimento di Scienze Storiche del Mondo Antico), in collaborazione con la British School at Rome, l'Ecole Française de Rome, il CNRS-Centre Camille Jullian ed altre prestigiose istituzioni, promuove una Mostra ed il Congresso Internazionale Porti antichi e retroterra produttivi , che si propone di indagare un tema specifico: porti, approdi e navigazione in stretta connessione con i sistemi produttivi dei relativi retroterra.L’interesse per lo studio dei porti, della navigazione e dei commerci nel Mediterraneo antico è andato negli ultimi anni progressivamente crescendo, come dimostrano numerosi convegni, ricerche transnazionali, progetti e contributi scientifici pluridisciplinari e la valorizzazione di tali tematiche tramite mostre, allestimenti museali, tecnologie innovative.Fra le più recenti manifestazioni, si ricordano Port Networks (BRSR, 2008), varie sessioni dei congressi EAA ed AIAC 2008 (alcune delle quali curate da M.Pasquinucci), l’apertura al pubblico del Museo di Cartagena, i progetti UE ANSER e ArcheoMed (ai quali il Dipartimento di Scienze Storiche del Mondo Antico ha partecipato in qualità di partenaire della Regione Toscana), le molteplici attività di ricerca e tutela degli organi preposti all’archeologia subacquea in Europa.In tale contesto, la Provincia di Livorno, insieme con la Soprintendenza per i Beni Archeologici della Toscana e l’Università di Pisa (Dipartimento di Scienze Storiche del Mondo Antico), in collaborazione con la British School at Rome, l’Ecole Française de Rome, il CNRS-Centre Camille Jullian ed altre prestigiose istituzioni, promuove una Mostra ed il Congresso Internazionale Porti antichi e retroterra produttivi , che si propone di indagare un tema specifico: porti, approdi e navigazione in stretta connessione con i sistemi produttivi dei relativi retroterra.I porti e i loro hinterland saranno studiati dal punto di vista naturalistico, archeologico-topografico ed economico. Particolare attenzione sarà dedicata al ruolo dei porti come centri di redistribuzione e di collegamento fra le aree di produzione e quelle di consumo.Saranno presentate le ricerche che il Dipartimento svolge da tempo, in collaborazione con la Soprintendenza per i Beni Archeologici della Toscana, a Portus Pisanus (ubicato alla periferia settentrionale di Livorno), a Vada Volaterrana e in alcuni insediamenti produttivi ad essi collegati, rinvenuti nei retroterra.I lavori saranno articolati in relazioni e poster: studiosi invitati sulla base del programma incentrato sull'età romana elaborato dal Comitato Scientifico presenteranno le più recenti scoperte.I poster, che saranno accettati tramite apposita call, potranno illustrare tematiche di ambito cronologico esteso dall'età arcaica all'alto medioevo.E' prevista la pubblicazione dei lavori (relazioni e poster) negli atti del Congresso. Per contatti e informazioni di carattere scientifico o relative ai contenuti del Convegno, rivolgersi alla Prof.ssa Marinella Pasquinucci (mailto:pasquinucci@sta.unipi.it) ed alla Dott.ssa Simonetta Menchelli (mailto:s.menchelli@sta.unipi.it). text/html 2008-12-30T01:00:00+01:00 http://www.v03.jiia.it JIIA Eprints Repository:latest additions http://www.v03.jiia.it/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=6&Itemid=2 JIIA Eprints Repository, latest additions:Acta Terrae Septemcastrensis Journal (ISSN 1583-1817). Proceedings of the 8th International Colloquium of Funerary Archaeology. Funerary Practices in Europe, before and after the Roman Conquest (3rd century BC-3rd century AD), VI (1) 2007. text/html 2008-11-23T06:08:31+01:00 http://www.v03.jiia.it 'Jiiadream Project' http://www.v03.jiia.it/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=34&Itemid=2 'JIIADREAM PROJECT ' 'Journal of Intercultural and Interdisciplinary Archaeology' (JIIA) online since 10 october 2003, then shaped as Archaeological Disciplinary Repository 'JIIA Eprints Repository' aligned with Open Access Initiative Protocol (OAI-PMH), container of resources in perspective of Open Knowledge, Open Content, Digital Libraries; it is made up of a presentation potal (http://www.jiia.it) and of an Open Access Repository (http://eprints.jiia.it:8080/), specialized in archaeological research (at the beginning it was JIIA MyOpia Repository, implemented at the start of the year 2005), the JIIA Eprints Repository (since 4 april 2006), first Open Access Archaeological Repository in Italy and among the first in the world with resources full-text, aligned to OAI-PMH protocol, in archaeology subject. The scientists usually put into Open Archives to make freely accessibile your research (physicists, scientists, etc.), the archaeologists instead are very different from others scientists because they don’t disseminate online their research (http://www.openarchives.org/).My projecy Open Access to Archaeological Research consists in doing an intercultural archaeology, in perspective of development, promotion and diffusion of scientific archaeological culture.My first aim is to commission and collect in the JIIA Eprints Repository translations of archaeological studies and researches (pre-prints or post-prints with metadata) of researchers of east Europe, of Near East, and of others countries of the Mediterranean basin, from their original language, very little known, to english to maximize their research.Project's hinge obviously will be Journal of Intercultural and Interdisciplinary Archaeology (acronym JIIA) and related JIIA Eprints Repository.'JIIA Eprints Repository' is an Archaeological Disciplinary Repository aligned with Open Access Initiative Protocol (OAI-PMH) and linked to 'Journal of Intercultural and Interdisciplinary Archaeology' (jiia.it/jiia.eu) . The Open Archives Initiative Protocol for Metadata Harvesting, OAI-PMH, is a low-barrier mechanism for repository interoperability. Data Providers are repositories that expose structured metadata via OAI-PMH. Service Providers then make OAI-PMH service requests to harvest that metadata. OAI-PMH is a set of six verbs or services that are invoked within HTTP. In this architecture 'JIIA Eprints Repository' is a Data Provider. Antonella D'Ascoli is Owner and Managing Director of this complex infrastructure.