Have you been itching to illustrate? Craving some cooking? Or daring to dance? Are you wondering how you could make these inclinations archaeological? Well, have we got some inspiration for you!
We’re happy to announce the Data Literacy Program’s (DLP’s) first Table of Contents (TOC). The TOC is a preview of our existing and future Data Stories. And we designed this handy resource to outline data stories you can incorporate in classes now or in the future.
Similar to other thematic months, like MerMay, or artistic creative endeavors such as the 100 Days project, Artober is a limited-duration, thematic-inspiration, art project. For archaeologists, we have ArchInk and this year the AAI will be hosting a data-driven version!
For this entry into our Digital Data Stories (DDS) series on series, we’ll explore our Tutorial Series. In many ways, tutorials are what most people think of when they consider improving their data literacy. Due to this, we thought tutorials would be a great place for us to start creating data stories.
Paulina guest lectured for the students of the Archaeological Research Facility (ARF) Peralta Hacienda Historical Park field school about Data Literacy (Data Lit) and Data Visualization (Data Viz).
Archaeologists routinely create and use data, but they rarely talk about how they work with data. As a profession, we need to be more open and share our experiences and frustrations in working with data. A field school is an excellent place to start these conversations. Through active participation in the practice of archaeology, many […]