In 2017, Arizona State University’s Center for Digital Antiquity, in partnership with the Amerind Foundation, was awarded a two year National Endowment for the Humanities grant (award #PW-253799-17) to build the Digital Archive of Huhugam Archaeology (DAHA) within tDAR. As part of that effort the DAHA team developed a 16 question survey to assess the relevant information-related needs of some of DAHA’s key user communities: archaeologists and others working in cultural heritage management who are concerned with Huhugam archaeology.  The results are in and just published in the “Reports in Digital Archaeology Publication Series.” Reports in Digital Archaeology is an online publication series devoted to issues regarding research and practice in digital archiving of archaeological materials and archaeologically related data.


The report is described in more detail, along with more information the DAHA project in a recent blogpost.