The ARIADNEplus user community needs survey is now available and covers aspects such as regarding data sharing, access and (re)use, new services (as developed by the project), and related training needs. The core groups addressed by the survey have been archaeological researchers and data managers/providers from who just over 700 responses were received of which 484 contained enough information to be included in the survey. One of the key findings was that around 45% of all survey respondents had used data during the last two years which other researchers had made available through a publicly accessible digital repository or databases. However, it was also felt that more needed to be done to encourage and facilitate data sharing. A summary of the key findings (with graphics) is available here along with links to the Deliverable 2.1, a survey report and a summary of the key findings.