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    Supporting CIfA 2017, Newcastle

    Landward Research Ltd is proud to be supporting the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists‘ 2017 annual conference Archaeology: a global profession at Newcastle University from 19-21 April 2017.   We will be video recording and live streaming sessions. For more information on our video services please contact doug@landward.org.

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    British Archaeological Awards

    Landward Research Ltd are delighted to have provided video recording and production services for the British Archaeological Awards 2016. Congratulations to all the projects that won and to those that were highly commended.  For further information on video services, please contact Doug Rocks-Macqueen, Director of Analysis, Research and Technology.

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    Videorecording at EAA Glasgow conference

    Landward Research Ltd were delighted to provide videorecording services to the European Association of Archaeologists¬†annual conference¬†2015 in Glasgow. EAA have now announced that: it is my pleasure to inform you that video recordings from selected sessions at the EAA conference in Glasgow 2015 are now available at http://e-a-a.org/Glasgow2015video.htm. The list of recorded sessions will be growing as the film material is processed and uploaded, so please check the site regularly. This pilot project has been executed for free by Landward Research Ltd. and based on your feedback the EAA Executive Board will consider developing this endeavour at the coming conferences. Recordings from selected sessions are available here. Landward Research Ltd…

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    CAA-UK

    In March 2015 the UK chapter of CAA held their annual conference. Doug Rocks-Macqueen videorecorded several papers, which are now online with links below. For further information about Landward Research Ltd's conference video services, contact doug@landward.org.   Digitised Diseases: 3D digital documentation of bone change in cases of chronic disease by Andrew S. Wilson, Tom Sparrow, Andrew Holland, Becky Storm, Emma L. Brown, Pawel Eliasz, David Keenan, Carina Phillips, Natasha Powers, Jo Buckberry, Chris Gaffney, Hassan Ugail, Keith Manchester  https://youtu.be/1N9rSnI9-Xw   What have the Romans ever done for us? Digital strategies for research syntheses & fieldwork reports by Tim Evans https://youtu.be/tqSq3EL0LxA   Developing an integrated digital data workflow for the 100 Minories…

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    TACOS

    Landward Research Ltd is participating in the TACOS (Towards a Collaborative Strategy for sector information management) seminar hosted by the Council for British Archaeology at the University of York. This seminar is discussing common issues facing the historic environment information sector and make progress towards a shared vision and agenda for historic environment information management. Discussion on Twitter at https://twitter.com/search/?q=%23TACOS2014 and at https://tacos.etherpad.mozilla.org/ep/pad/view/ro.JEi7Xru/latest            Video tech services provided by Landward Research Ltd and the University of York.   Download Kenneth Aitchison's PowerPoint – Skills Issues in Information Management and the Use of Technology   

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    Profile

    SHEFFIELD – EDINBURGH – LONDON – NEW MEXICO – KATHMANDU Landward Research Ltd is consultancy which identifies and delivers ways to strengthen the skills, competencies and capabilities of individuals, organisations and communities. Our work focuses on measuring, building and evaluating capacity development through: the delivery of labour market intelligence research (to measure capacity and contextualise needs); we also undertake broader social and economic research that contributes to this area, the development and delivery of e-learning and video training resources (to build capacity and skills), and the monitoring and evaluation of educational programmes (to evaluate capacity development). We are a not-for-distributable profit social enterprise with a commitment to social and environmental…