This deliverable describes the transnational access activities carried out during the third and fourth year of the ARIADNE project (2015-2016) within Work Package 8 (WP8) by the Digital Curation Unit,ATHENA RC (Greece). It describes the programme and objectives of these training activities, and the participants’ profiles and feedback. The first activity was a week-long Summer School, organized inAthens between 29 June and 3 July 2015 on “Emerging digital practices in archaeological research”,to enable researchers and professionals in archaeology to engage with cutting edge and emerging digital practices within archaeological research, ranging from new methods to capture, organise and curate archaeological resources and data to new approaches of archaeological interpretation and dissemination, mediated by digital infrastructures. The second activity, organised in collaboration with the Faculty of Information of the University of Toronto and the Department of Informatics of the Athens University of Economics and Business, was a week-long Summer School on the topic of”Digital curation of archaeological knowledge”, conducted in Athens between 13 and 17 June 2016.

D8.1 Quantity of access offered