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      November 12, 2019

      Tuesday   9:00 AM

      Medicinaregatan 18A, 4th floor , Room: Mammuten
      Gothenburg, Västra Götalands län

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      COST Action SEADDA WG1 Meeting Gothenburg

      Dear SEADDA WG1 MembersOur Swedish partners have very kindly agreed to host our WG1 Exploratory Workshop at the Swedish National Data Service, on 12 November. The underlining goal of this exploratory workshop is to define the purpose and goals of the WG for the four years of the SEADDA Action.   Venue Swedish National Data Service (SND) Medicinaregatan 18A, 4th floor 413 90 Gothenburg, Sweden Room: Mammuten   Agenda   9.00-9.30 registration and coffee   9.30 Welcome, Benjamin & Ulf   9.40 Questions and goals for the day   10.00 Short (5 minute) presentations by all participants responding to some/all of the questions from your own perspective (see below)   11.10 Presenter 1 (invited guest, TBA)   11.30 Presenter 2 (invited guest, TBA)   11.50 Common themes   12.00 Lunch (restaurang Lyktan)   13.00 Discussion (broad)   15.00 Coffee   15.20 Discussion (Short and longer term goals and planning for the WG)   16.30 Conclusion   17.00 End   Questions All participants will be asked to make a short presentation responding to the following questions, from their perspective of their own country, region or institution. Please respond to as many or few of the questions as are relevant. Who (if anyone) is legally responsible for the long-term stewardship of archaeological data in your organisation/region/country? Who should it be? Is it the right person/group? How would you encourage the long-term stewardship of archaeological data in your institution//region/country? What are the obstacles/resistances? What are the practical and ethical considerations? How would be best to encourage/articulate the benefits of making data open? What are the obstacles/resistances? Who do you think should fund the short and long-term costs of data stewardship in your institution/region/country? How can we work together to leverage change within your organisations/region/country? We request you keep the cost of your travel to and from the venue (not including accommodation and subsistence) to 500 Euros or less, just to ensure we can include as many people as possible. If this is a problem, just email Holly at holly.wright@york.ac.uk. Depending on the number of people who wish to attend, we may have to limit numbers due to budget constraints.   To help with your travel planning, here is a link to the Travel Reimbursement Instructions (https://www.cost.eu/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/Travel-Reimbursement-Rules-Feb-2019.pdf)   Accommodation cost is quite average, but there are no options near the venue. The venue is about a 10 minute walk from the Göteborg Seminariegatan tram stop (Line 2) which serves most of the city centre.   We look forward to seeing you in Gothenburg!

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