“We do not do that anymore” The Future of the Graphics Profession in Archaeology

August 17, 2015

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Another great session from the CIfA conference: Organiser(s): Steve Allen, York Archaeological Trust & CIfA Graphic Archaeology Group In the (not so) recent past, it was fairly easy to divide graphics professionals into ‘Illustrators’ or ‘Surveyors’- with a degree of overlap when it came to preparing the final images for publication! The way that the […]

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How to do Freelancing in UK Archaeology

August 12, 2015

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The last of the Skills for the Future videos. These are on how to do freelancing in UK Archaeology.   To see more videos like these please go to the YouTube channel Recording Archaeology- http://www.youtube.com/channel/UC08QKQO1qs6OPQs9l1kMQPg

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About Heritage Lottery Funding

August 10, 2015

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The second video from the Skills for the Future workshop I recorded, all about getting funding from the HLF: To see more videos like these please go to the YouTube channel Recording Archaeology- http://www.youtube.com/channel/UC08QKQO1qs6OPQs9l1kMQPg

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It pays to be nice: the Big Heritage model for funding archaeology

August 6, 2015

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Over a year ago I recorded a training session as part of the HLF Skills for the Future program. I am very happy to share that with you and here is the first video: To see more videos like these please go to the YouTube channel Recording Archaeology- http://www.youtube.com/channel/UC08QKQO1qs6OPQs9l1kMQPg

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CAA 2015 Keynotes

August 5, 2015

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At CAA I was able to record some of the keynote talks. Here they are: Towards a new landscape archaeology? There can be no doubt that advances in the methods for archaeological remote sensing in the last few years have revolutionized what we can see of past landscapes. Technology now allows us to see buried […]

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Simulating the Past: Complex Systems Simulation in Archaeology

August 3, 2015

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More videos. Here is a workshop from CAA: In the last few years approaches commonly classified as computational modelling (agent-based and mathematical modelling, as well as other types of simulation) are becoming increasingly common and popular among the archaeological computing community. Almost all research activity could be termed ‘modelling’ in some sense, for example, in […]

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