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digipubarch Conference Video- We’re Tweeting but is Anyone Really Listening?

November 14, 2012

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Great presentation from Hugh at English Heritage about the reach of twitter at the Digital Engagement in Archaeology Conference: Abstract: We’re Tweeting but is Anyone Really Listening? Evaluating the Impact of Organisational Tweeting Since joining Twitter in March 2010, the @EHArchaeology Twitter feed has grown to nearly 5000 followers. Providing links and information about our projects […]

Digipubarch Conference Video- A case study in social media, new audiences and local museums – Wiltshire Heritage Museum

November 10, 2012

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For those involved in Museums an excellent discussion of social media and museums for the Digital Engagement in Archaeology: From the Digital Engagement in Archaeology Conference- http://digitalengagementinarchaeology.wordpress.com/ Abstract: A case study in social media, new audiences and local museums — Wiltshire Heritage Museum As a small museum, with few resources, social media is a great […]

Barriers to Participation in Archaeology Online Workshop: Sísyphos and the Troll on the Gate of the Digital Divide: Barriers to Online Participation With the Portable Antiquities Scheme

May 29, 2012

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Last of the presentations from the workshop. All of the presentations can be seen here or you can look at the whole event here- http://storify.com/lornarichardson/workshop-on-barriers-to-participation-with-archaeo Dan Pett Portable Antiquities Scheme Sísyphos and the Troll on the Gate of the Digital Divide: Barriers to Online Participation With the Portable Antiquities Scheme This paper will address a […]

Tips for Better Digital Archaeology: Getting an RSS Feed from Websites Without RSS Feeds

April 10, 2012

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Yesterday, I wrote about how you could create a Google Bundle of several RSS feeds into one feed. I talked about how this would be good if you wanted to create a stream of content from a bunch of different websites such as blogs, journals, etc. What happens if a great website dose not have […]

Tips for Better Digital Archaeology: How to create a Google RSS feed bundle

April 9, 2012

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I was asked to explain how I set up my Google RSS feed bundles for archaeology blogs and I have decided to share the answer with everyone. For those that don’t know, or haven’t looked at my great archaeology blogs page, a Google feed bundle is basically several RSS feeds combined from multiple websites into […]

A Year Later- A quick review

March 22, 2012

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It had been roughly be a year since I first started this blog (19th of march 2011) and it has been a interesting year here. I have had roughly 67,000 page views though how many actual visitors this represents or unique visitors is unknown (wordpress stats are so so). In that time I have had […]

Facebook and Archaeology

June 20, 2011

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In this world of social media, organizations are always talking about “being on Facebook” and I really think this is a mistake for many archaeology organizations