Ariadne is now closed for new submissions
We have had a reducing number of submissions for Ariadne over the last few years, and so have taken the decision to not produce another issue. The existing issues and articles will be left online as a public archive.
The target audience for Ariadne was librarians, museum curators, archivists and associated technical staff & managers. Articles covered topics that will be of interest to one or more of these audiences.
Authors and self-archiving
Ariadne frequently receives requests from authors for permission to place a copy of their article on their institutional or another repository. Authors are welcome to do this.
I’ve found an Ariadne article about XYZ. Can I add links to new resources for XYZ to it?
No, once published Ariadne articles are not updated - they aren’t like blog posts.
Is content on this site subject to copyright?
Most articles on this site are published under copyright as explained in our general statement of access terms and copyright information. You can find confirmation of applicable copyright for content near the end of each article. In cases where articles are published under Creative Commons licence, explanations are provided on relevant article pages. Please note that some images on this site are subject to separate copyright and used under license from image providers; in such cases, we provide information about the licensing image provider in the ‘alt’ and ‘title’ tags of relevant images.