The first Call for Transnational Access training provided by the ARIADNE Infrastructure is now open. Researchers and Data Managers can apply for in-house training on the subjects of:

  • mapping datasets to CIDOC-CRM, one of the most commonly used metadata standards in archaeology, at PIN in Prato, Italy,
  • data stewardship at ADS, in York, UK.

Successful applicants will receive training and support for their current projects and will have access to the services and tools provided by the ARIADNE Portal and expertise from the organisations participating in ARIADNEplus.

Bursaries up to EUR 700 are available to cover travel and subsistence costs, tuition is provided for free.

See here for further information and the application form. The Call closes on Friday the 11th October.