Two weeks from now, I will board a plane and venture out into the big, wide world for the first time in nearly two years. The last place I flew back in February of 2020 was to Tempe to chat about FAIR data in archaeology with the folks at Digital Antiquity.
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!
The lockdown that began in March 2020 was followed by a lull in professional interactions as we all waited to find out what was next. As it became clear we were not going to travel or meet in person anytime soon, professional societies regrouped, Zoom ramped up, and the Year of Virtual Conferences began. I […]
The 41st Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology Conference (CAA 2013) will take place at University Club of Western Australia (Perth) from March 25-28. This year’s theme Across Space and Time, explores technologies and best practices from archaeological and informatics disciplines. AAI/Open Context’s Eric Kansa will deliver a key note presentation on March 26 […]