Fieldworker guidelines

Fieldwork in completed in six steps

Each site report offers a basic site description, and most importantly the Romanesque features with photographs and captions.  Here is the breakdown of how to approach your fieldwork in six stages.

 

stage 1: Site list.  This may already have been prepared, but if not the fieldworker should get a list of sites from the Project Coordinator.

stage 2: Fieldwork (taking photos, notes, some measurements & image caption list)

stage 3: Note the basic site details: general description, dedication, diocese and county information

stage 4: Upload the material to the report: general description, dedication, diocese and county information, and all Romanesque features with images & descriptions

stage 5: Add history & bibliography

stage 6: Add Comments

 

The minimum amount of material for a complete site that can go live on the crsbi website is stage 4.  Please prioritise this work for your sites.

 

List of resource pages for fieldworkers

Stage 2 - about fieldwork

  1.   Features checklist

  2.   Guidelines for recording features

  3.   Photo tips to get the best results

  4.   Working on site

Stage 3 - about basic information in a report

  1.   Composing a report ready to go online

  2.   General Description examples

Stage 4 - a separate document explaining how to use the online form for submitting site reports is only available by e-mail.  Please contact Nora Courtney for this (nora.romanesque@gmail.com)

Stage 5 - about extra information in a report

  1.   Bibliography

  2.   Bibliography - extended list

 

The following pages have information for fieldworkers.  We are always looking to improve this resource.  Please get in touch with Nora Courtney if anything is not addressed or if you have any additional questions.