Digital Antiquity has added three new investigation types to tDAR’s record entry page. The inclusion of the new investigation types was done in response to the requests of users and in an attempt to make the metadata more reflective of document contents. The three new investigation types are: Remote Sensing: Investigations that involve the use of aerial or satellite sensor technologies to detect, describe, or classify objects on Earth (e.g. LIDAR, photographic, radar, or spectral methods). An example of this is Archeological Monitoring, Installation of Fire Suppression System, Fort Scott National Historic Site. Geophysical Survey: Investigations that rely on ground-based instrument sensing techniques to create images and/or maps for archaeological research (e.g. magnetometry, resistivity, or ground penetrating radar). An example of this is A Geophysical Investigation of the Parade Ground at Fort Jefferson. Heritage Management: Studies and plans related to managing or planning for the care, interpretation, preservation, or protection of archaeological resources, including collections, records, and sites. An example of this is NPS: Ruins Stabilization in the Southwestern United States. As always, Digital Antiquity and tDAR remain committed to the preservation and management of digital data. We appreciate all input that will assist in making tDAR more accessible and relevant.