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The Archaeological Resource Cataloging System
The Archaeological Resource Cataloging System (ARCS) is a free, open-source software solution, created to allow archaeological projects to share more easily and efficiently the records stored in their traditional paper-based archives. Far more than a simple transcription tool, ARCS is designed to foster the upload, augmentation, and presentation of digitized copies of various types of archaeological documentation. Each installation of ARCS can be customized to reflect the unique organizational systems of archaeological surveys and excavations focused on a variety of periods and places. ARCS is built upon the KORA Digital Repository and Publishing Platform and has been developed with the support of the National Endowment for the Humanities, the MATRIX Center for Digital Humanities & Social Sciences and the Michigan State University College of Arts and Letters.
To learn more about ARCS, click here or choose a project from the map below to get started.