As I write this I have a Google Doc open on another screen, apparently writing itself, as participants in this open doc discuss gathering together to debate digital engagement in academia. This is a direct result...The post Digital Disengagement (leave some behind). appeared first on Digital Digging.
This week I had the opportunity to talk to students in the Women’s Studies department here at UC. The topic concerned digital note taking but this time for social observations and interviews. In an effort to frame the discussion and to make sure all of the students (and not just the tech savvy ones) were [...
The Discovery Programme in conjunction with the EU Culture funded ArchaeoLandscapes Project will be hosting a session during the Euroscience Open Forum 2012 Europe’s largest general science meeting which is being held in Dublin as part of the Dublin City of Science Events. The session with entitled: Revealing the past - remote sensing techniques in archaeology will discuss a range of remote sensing techniques and their application within archaeology.
The Sweet Track is around one and a quarter miles long – a raised wooden trackway that ran across a part of the Somerset Levels the best part of 6,000 years ago. I have...The post Rebuilding the Sweet Track appeared first on Digital Digging.
This year's EAA conference will take place in Helsinki from 29 August - 1 September (http://www.eaa2012.fi/).
Eric Orlin at the University of Puget Sound recently distributed a call for papers for a conference this fall at the University of Puget Sound titled “Taking Archaeology Digital.” The conference itself runs from October 25-28, 2012 . From the website: Technology is changing our world in ways that previous centuries could not have imagined, [...
Submissions are requested for an ArcLand session at the 40th CAA 2012 conference in Southampton entitled: Spatial Data Infrastructures (SDIs), Archaeology and Cultural Heritage. Achievements, problems and perspectives Expected contributions to this session will cover a series of questions, ranging from theoretical to practical applications. Some specific topics are encouraged, as: Theoretical issues about representation of archaeological data and SDI technology.
GROSSETO (ITALY), 29 August - 3 September 2011 The School aims to bring together young archaeologists and scientists, developers and advanced users from geo-informatics and related fields of application (photogrammetry, remote sensing, LiDAR, GIS, Cultural Heritage, architecture, environmental monitoring and mapping) to study and discuss the latest developments in digital recording and 3D modeling of complex objects and sites, with emphasis on those of Cultural Heritage value.