SEADDA (Saving European Archaeology from the Digital Dark Age) Collaboration Project
The SEADDA project aims to bring researchers, experts and different stakeholders together to share expertise to protect archaeological data from a “digital dark age”. You can read more about the research objectives of the projecthere.
The BIAA is a member of the SEADDA Project and is working to increase knowledge of openly accessible archaeological data and digital legacy data preservation for Türkiye and the Black Sea region.
You can see the SEADDA workshops organised and attended by the BIAA Digital Repository Office, as well as the translation project to make the PARTHENOS Guidelines accessible in Turkish, in Resources.