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English Heritage: Laser Scanning for Heritage This document has been generated as part of the Heritage3D project. Heritage3D is sponsored by English Heritage’s National Heritage Protection Commissions programme (projects 3789 MAIN and 5496 MAIN) and undertaken by the School of Civil Engineering and Geosciences at Newcastle University. The project has sought to provide guidance to archaeologists, local planning authorities, instrument manufacturers and software developers on the use of 3D laser scanning in the conservation of cultural heritage. The primary aims of this project were to develop and support best practice in laser scanning for archaeology and architecture, and to disseminate this best practice to users, along with the education of likely beneficiaries.

London Early Years Foundation 2012 National Business Awards Winner The London Early Years Foundation (LEYF) has been revealed as a 2012 National Business Awards in partnership with Orange winner. The business was revealed as the Transformational Change winner. A registered charity since 1903, LEYF had grown to employ over 350 staff across 24 community, Children’s Centre and workplace nurseries in six key London boroughs. The organisation had reached a point under the dynamic leadership of Chief Executive June O’Sullivan where the need for a bold, new strategy for growth became clear; one that would remain true to the established Memorandum & Articles yet enable the organisation to positively affect many more children and parents for another 100+ years. Anglia Z Wikicytatów, wolnej kolekcji cytatów Anglia – w przeszłości samodzielne królestwo, obecnie największa i najludniejsza część wchodząca w skład Zjednoczonego Królestwa Wielkiej Brytanii i Irlandii Północnej. Angielska zima kończy się w lipcu, żeby znów zacząć się we wrześniu. The English winter – ending in July, To recommence in August.

The Churches Conservation Trust English Heritage: Metric Survey Paul Bryan, Bill Blake, Jon Bedford, David Barber, Jon Mills, David Andrews Metric survey forms an essential part of the conservation cycle and provides a valuable source of base mapping for analytical projects. In supplying metric survey data to buildings curators, conservators, architects and archaeologists, surveyors need to know what makes survey work for cultural heritage. A proven specification is a valuable tool for use in achieving this goal. Getting the right survey for the right job is important.

The Theatres Trust ADS: Big data Preservation and Management Strategies for Exceptionally Large Data Formats: 'Big Data' Review of nature of technologies and formats This report has been produced as part of the Big Data Project. It is a technical review of each of the 'Big Data' technologies currently practised by archaeologists, with a consideration of data formats for preservation and future dissemination. Data management courses and training If you manage research data or are interested in developing a career as a data librarian or data scientist, the table below will help identify opportunities for you. The first part lists short, 'in-career' training courses to bolster your credentials in data management. The second part lists longer, HE-accredited programmes which include a digital data science or librarianship component.

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