Teaching digital archaeology: notes from a first-timer

As a PhD student, I’ve been picking up teaching opportunities wherever they present themselves. Guest lecturing spots, teaching






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Día de la arqueología en el Museo de ITAIPU – Tierra Guaraní. Day of archaeology at ITAIPU´s Guaraní Land Museum

Día de la arqueología en el Museo de ITAIPU – Tierra Guaraní. Day of archaeology at ITAIPU´s Guaraní Land Museum

¡Les saludamos desde el Museo de ITAIPU – Tierra Guaraní, ubicado en Hernandarias, Paraguay!. El Museo es parte del complejo turístico y científico de la Central Hidroeléctrica ITAIPU Binacional, la segunda hidroeléctrica más grande del mundo y la primera en producción de energía limpia y renovable. Durante los años 1975 a 1981, fueron realizadas en






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A day in the life of a distractible desk and data jockey

I’m Jolene Smith. I manage archaeology site data for Virginia at the Department of Historic Resources. We’ve got






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Hedge Wizards and breadcrumbs

So it’s that time of year when the archaeological world puts it wears out on the global bazaar






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Bits and piecing

Hundreds of fragments of Bronze Age bronze objects, but do any of them join together? Large collections of






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Searching for the Fort — Finding a Changing Landscape

The 2016 Day of Archaeology finds the Germanna Foundation and Germanna Archaeology in very different circumstances than one






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Hard night’s Day of Archaeology

I’m up late editing the mesh of a photogrammetric model of a kiln, recorded on site two weeks






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Crowdsourcing Science

Today at the Virginia Museum of Natural History I am preparing materials for a project that I am calling “Crowdsourcing Science.” This all started last fall when I was fortunate to be offered the opportunity to excavate with archaeologists from the Virginia Department of Historic Resources and volunteers from the Archeological Society of Virginia (ASV)






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Day of Archaeology with the EAMENA project

Friday is usually the day when a traditional Monday to Friday 9-5 worker is closing off their week






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