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Section 1: Overview and Objectives#

1.4 Other guides in this series#

Creating and Using Virtual Reality: A Guide for the Arts and Humanities has been produced by the Arts and Humanities Data Service centres for Archaeology and the Visual Arts as part of the Arts and Humanities Data Service Guides to Good Practice series. These guides comprise a comprehensive, authoritative and highly complementary set of practical guidelines.

Guides produced by the AHDS Centre for Archaeology include:

The guides produced by the AHDS Centre for Archaeology in this series concentrate either upon archiving digital data produced by specific techniques, such as the products of Aerial or Remote Sensing, CAD or Geophysical surveys, or upon analytical and data management techniques, such as Geographical Information Systems.

Guides produced by the AHDS Centre for the Visual Arts include:

The guides produced by the AHDS Centre for the Visual Arts in this series concentrate on providing an introduction to creating and developing digital resources for the visual arts, including their use to enhance the teaching and learning process.

The Arts and Humanities Data Service caters for digital archiving needs across the humanities disciplines of archaeology, history, performing arts, visual arts and literature, languages, and linguistics. The most up-to-date information on the other guides in the AHDS series is available on-line but titles include:

Title Centre
Creating and documenting electronic textsLiterature, Languages, and Linguistics
Developing linguistic corpora
Finding and using electronic texts
Digitising history: a guide to creating digital resources from historical documentsHistory
A Place in History: A Guide to using GIS in Historical Research
Creating digital performance resourcesPerforming Arts
Creating digitised audio materials for use in research and teaching
Digital Collections in the Performing Arts: Metadata, Management and Minefields

Table 1: Other Guides to Good Practice from the Arts and Humanities Data Service

These guides provide information about how to prepare and deposit digital material in a digital archive. Although they give some recommendations concerned with the facilities and procedures for the creation and maintenance of a digital archive, these are covered more fully in the Arts and Humanities Data Service's Managing Digital Collections publications.


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