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A year goes by so quickly

It has been almost a year since the end of the main development phase of the SWORDARM project and we are still learning about how best to use the system and how to support those who want to use it.

DINAA Poster Symposium Sneak Peek

Here’s the first of several posters about the DINAA project that will be presented at the SAAs this week in Austin. About the Poster: Yes, this poster is printed on fabric. With a tip from a colleague on Twitter, we discovered Spoonflower, a company that prints on fabric. What a result!! The fabric poster is on wrinkle-free material, the colors are accurate, and the printing is as sharp as if it were on paper.

Google Glass at Corinth

From the ASCSA website: Regular members of the ASCSA began excavation on April 7 south of the museum and Temple E with the goal to unite the conserved portions of the Frankish area with the ‘plateia’ south of the museum.  This area will be open to the public once the area is consolidated.

Workshop Recap: State Site Files, DINAA, and Archaeology

We recently concluded a workshop for the DINAA project, held at the University of Tennessee (UT), Knoxville Office of Research on March 19th and 20th. The workshop brought together more than 30 participants, including managers and researchers from universities and state and federal agencies across Eastern North America, as well as graduate students from UT and Indiana University.

Workshop in York – 15th May 2014

We are very excited to announce that the Re-reading the British Memorial project is going north and will be holding our next workshop in York on the 15th May. The workshop will form part of a larger event called ‘Saving your Cemetery or Churchyard’ and will be held at Kings Manor (the Archaeology department of the University of York).

Publish or Perish 2014, Resurrected Online

On February 13-14, the IFHA Project at UC Davis hosted the first Innovating Communication in Scholarship (ICIS) conference. The theme this year was Publish or Perish – the Future of Academic Publishing and Careers. Open Context’s Eric Kansa attended the conference as a panelist in the session “Beyond Journals & New Forms of Digital Publishing.