British and Irish Archaeological Bibliography

There are changes afoot and the BIAB (British and Irish Archaeological Bibliography – http://biab.ac.uk), which is currently provided by the Council for British Archaeology and run with the support of all major historic environment sector organisations from UK and Ireland, will be moving to the Archaeology Data Service during 2016.

There is a survey online which investigates who is using the service, and also which other bibliographic tools the historic environment community are using in their research.

It would be useful for the service if as many people as possible could complete the survey – (no more than 10 questions) – to help aid the identification of current and potential users of BIAB.

https://york.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_3eHrWG6gXT59ODP

The survey is available until Sunday 23rd August, should take under 5 minutes and your response will be anonymous.

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One thought on “British and Irish Archaeological Bibliography

  1. Josie McChrystal

    Dear BAS member,

    BIAB welcomes responses to its survey. It only takes a couple of minutes.

    Regards

    Josie

    Reply

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