We had a busy summer here at the Data Literacy Program (DLP). Between sharing our Fall 2022 Table of Contents, publishing updates to the Alexandria Archives’ News, and prepping our It’s All in the Wrist (Bones) Data Story, we’ve done a lot during the third quarter of 2022. But … was that everything we did?
While we’ve mentioned our non-fiction book club, Of Mycenaean Men, we’re also preparing A Pun Goes Here: A Fiction Book Club. A Pun Goes Here will have a similar structure as Of Mycenaean Men, but will bring together a collection of 12 works of fiction to cultivate data literacy in archaeology.
Welcome to AAI Reads!. This week, the book that we’re highlighting is Data Feminism. Written by Catherine D’Ignazio and Lauren F. Klein in 2020, it’s a great introduction to how we can incorporate feminist practices into data literacy.
Welcome to a new blog series of the Data Literacy Program (DLP) called the Alexandria Archive Institute Reads (AAI Reads!). Previously, we introduced our new data story formats and one that we hope to share soon is our Aggregative series. This series will consist of curated lists and teaching materials of existing work that cultivate archaeological […]
The print version of Archaeology 2.0: New Approaches to Communication and Collaboration was released this week by the Cotsen Institute of Archaeology Press. View the abstract and list of contributors. Archaeology 2.0 is the first book in the Cotsen Institute’s new Digital Archaeology Series. The book can be purchased from the David Brown Book Company. […]