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Woher weiß ich, dass die das auch können? Zur Dokumentation durch Praxis erworbener Kompetenz von Citizen Scientists im UK. / Karl, Raimund.

Jahresschrift 2017. Netzwerk Geschichte Oesterreich, 2017. p. 14.

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T1 - Woher weiß ich, dass die das auch können?

T2 - Zur Dokumentation durch Praxis erworbener Kompetenz von Citizen Scientists im UK

AU - Karl, Raimund

PY - 2017/12/1

Y1 - 2017/12/1

N2 - This article discusses the different ways by which competences of Citizen Scientists acquired by participation in practical archaeological fieldwork can and are being recorded. It illustrates how these different - some more informal, other more formal - means of recording allow to assure professional archaeologists that volunteers who have applied for joining their fieldwork projects possess the necessary skills and competences required; or alternatively assess the amount of supervision and training that will be required to accommodate participation by volunteers who have achieved different levels of competence in different fieldwork skills. It is discussed whether the best practice examples from British archaeology could be adopted within the currently existing legislative framework for archaeological heritage protection in Austria.

AB - This article discusses the different ways by which competences of Citizen Scientists acquired by participation in practical archaeological fieldwork can and are being recorded. It illustrates how these different - some more informal, other more formal - means of recording allow to assure professional archaeologists that volunteers who have applied for joining their fieldwork projects possess the necessary skills and competences required; or alternatively assess the amount of supervision and training that will be required to accommodate participation by volunteers who have achieved different levels of competence in different fieldwork skills. It is discussed whether the best practice examples from British archaeology could be adopted within the currently existing legislative framework for archaeological heritage protection in Austria.

KW - ARCHAEOLOGY

KW - public participation

KW - Heritage management

KW - Citizen science

M3 - Pennod

SN - 9783200054257

SP - 14

BT - Jahresschrift 2017

PB - Netzwerk Geschichte Oesterreich

ER -