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!
Early next month, the AAI will participate in a conference at Harvard University on Critical Perspectives on the Practice of Digital Archaeology. Hosted by Harvard University’s Standing Committee on Archaeology, the February 3-4 event will cover topics related to digital technologies and how they are transforming archaeological practice. Conference co-organizers Eric Kansa (Program Director for […]
We’re delighted to announce the publication of “Other People’s Data: A Demonstration of the Imperative of Publishing Primary Data” in the Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory. The lead author is Prof. Levent Atici (UNLV), a member of the Open Context Editorial Board. The “online first” version of the paper can be accessed here. The […]
The AAI has received a Digital Humanities Level II Start-Up grant for development of the Gazetteer of the Ancient Near East (GANE). The award is one of 32 start-up awards announced this month by the NEH Office of Digital Humanities. GANE will be an authoritative, free and open access compendium of over 8,000 places from […]