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Electronic resources for archaeology: from databases to digital open data

July 30, 2015


To continue with CAA sessions here is another one: Digital archaeology in the 21st century promotes an interdisciplinary approach, which requires to model complex systems in line with the policies of international research and in close connection with the socio-economic conditions of each country. New perspectives of investigation are offered by ICT solutions, through integrated […]

ArcheoFOSS: free/open source software and archaeological research, ten years later

July 29, 2015


Another batch of videos from CAA– this time on a subject near and dear to my heart: In 2006, when the first “Italian workshop on free/open source software and open formats in the archaeological research process” took place at the University of Siena, the whole idea of “adopting” different software tools seemed largely irrelevant and […]

Linked Data: From interoperable to interoperating

July 27, 2015


Today’s batch of videos come from CAA, the international conference, in Siena, Italy. I was privileged enough to be there and lucky that some session organisers and presenters agreed to let me film them. The first session up is about Linked Data: Linked Data and Semantic Web based approaches to data management have now become […]

CAA-UK 2015, University of Bradford

July 22, 2015


Here are the videos from CAAUK in March. A bit about the conference- CAA-UK aims to encourage communication between UK-based archaeologists, mathematicians and computer scientists in order to stimulate research and promote best practice in computational and mathematical approaches to the past. The conference was held at Bradford University’s dedicated Norcroft Conference Centre. And the talks: […]

Students in Archaeology: Understanding and Engaging the Next Generation of Archaeologists

July 21, 2015


Another batch of videos from TAG. I know, 7 months late. You may want to book mark this page because the discuss at the end of these videos are pretty great. Hope you enjoy and here is what the session was about: Session organiser: David Altoft Students are essential to the development of archaeology, today […]

Inclusivity and the Pedagogy of Archaeology

July 20, 2015


This post is from the TAG conference back in December. Apologies for not getting this up sooner. Been a very busy year. Some info on the session: Session organisers: Katy Bell (University of Winchester) and Ellen McInnes (University of Manchester) “If you have decided to become an archaeologist you will need a reasonable education in […]

Archaeological Research in Progress 2015

July 19, 2015


I had a little free time this weekend so I have cracked out a few posts and put them into the queue. All video related but I have been making quite a few recently and have not had a chance to share them here. So to begin with, the Archaeological Research in Progress conference, held […]