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Student Poster Session

The seminar was part of the academic programme of the Freie Universität Berlin under the name “Digitale Methoden in den Altertumswissenschaften” in the winter term 2014/2015. The seminar was recognised with 5 credit points (ECTS) which required the attendance of the seminars and a 15 minute poster presentation on one of the topics covered by the seminar series. The poster presentations took place after the end of the seminars on 14.04.2015. Have a look at the resulting posters! M. WietzA.

The Romanization of Northern Etruria

Talk: Raffaella Da Vela (University of Bonn), “The Romanization of Northern Etruria as a breakdown of the social network of the minor settlements”. Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/11858/00-1780-0000-0024-DC23-B Date: Tuesday, 17 February 2015 Time: starting at 17:00 c.t. (i.e.

Gods, graves and graphs.

Talk: Frederik Elwert, Simone Gerhards and Sven Sellmer, “Gods, graves and graphs – social and semantic network analysis based on Ancient Egyptian and Indian corpora” Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/11858/00-1780-0000-0024-A807-0 Date: Tuesday, 20 January 2015 Time: starting at 17:00 c.t. (i.e. 17:15) Venue: TOPOI Building Dahlem, Hittorfstraße 18 D-14195 Berlin (map) Abstract Social networks pre­date the existence of Facebook.

Homework for Feb 13th Tutorial in Archaeology App Interface Design

Hi Gang,By now you should have all signed up to mybalsamiq on your own.  I have also created your own project spaces within https://anth9112b-4431g.mybalsamiq.com/projects which will be secure area.  I am the site owner and I have sent emails to each person in the class inviting them to join their specific project folder.  If I'm right, only invited "staff" will be allowed into your project area.

App Creation for Archaeology – Feb 13th

Hi Gang,For next week's tutorial class in App creation for archaeology, there is a little light reading and some prep work needed prior to our session.You have two options for working in Balsamiq for this session.  First, the easiest would be to get your own "student" account.  That way you will be able to work privately and start setting up your own work environment.