From Sam Sykes (English Heritage), reminding the list of a forthcoming
GREY LITERATURE- FIT FOR PURPOSE?
One day CONFERENCE
THE MUSEUM in DOCKLANDS
17 OCTOBER 2007
Attendance at the conference is free. See programme below for details
For further information or to book a place at the conference contact:
Samantha Sykes on 02392 856748 or email:
[log in to unmask] Bookings must be made by the 8th
October to guarantee a place at the conference.
Chair - Kathy Perrin
10am Coffee on arrival
10.30 am Welcome and Introductions
10.40 am Grey Literature and the Historic Environment - an
introduction. Barney Sloane, EH
11.00am Using grey literature in archaeological research. Richard
Bradley, Reading University
11.20am Grey literature- why is it produced? Why do we need standards?
Stewart Bryant, ALGAO
11.40 am New standards for report writing: turning data into
information. Alison Taylor, IFA
12.00pm Volunteering information: grey literature and the voluntary
sector. Dan Hull, CBA
12.30pm Lunch (Note: lunch is not provided but there are plenty of cafes
next to the venue).
1.30pm OASIS: encouraging access to the UK's archaeological record.
Catherine Hardman, ADS
1.50pm 3Rs? - Some future possibilities for reporting, researching and
re-using archaeological reports. Keith May, EH
2.10pm Breakout session