Hello October! Another three months has gone by in the Data Literacy Program (DLP) here at the Alexandria Archive Institute (AAI). And you know that means it’s time to update y’all on our progress.
The week of 13 September 2021 was a busy one for the folks of The Alexandria Archive Institute. Between leading the first pilot seminar in our professional development services curriculum and our Data Literacy Program researchers presenting in the First Teaching and Learning in Archaeology and Heritage Conference (TLAHC), we did a lot of great […]
The Data Literacy Program (DLP) of the Alexandria Archive Institute is excited to participate in the first Teaching and Learning in Archaeology and Heritage: Past, Present and Future Conference!
Welcome back to the Digital Literacy Program (DLP) here at the Alexandria Archive institute! Currently, we’re wrangling the evaluations of our first Data Story. If you haven’t herd about it, mosey on over here to find out more. In the meantime, we thought we’d share our recipe for a good tutorial.
Have you ever considered the potential for a National (for the United States) resource for artificial intelligence research? If you have, it’s time to comment on the recent request from the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) and National Science Foundation (NSF). Updated 21 September 2021.
As we mentioned in our quarterly report, things are mooving along with our first data story. However, before we let it roam on the range, we want to make sure it is up to a certain standard. The question is, what standard?