Fall and early winter have been a whirlwind here at the Data Literacy Program (DLP). Between testing two Creative Series Data Stories and our other work, we did not post as much via AAI News. So what were we working on behind the scenes?
Call for a Sensitivity reader!
The Alexandria Archive Institute/Open Context is looking for a sensitivity reader for an upcoming Data Story that draws from an archaeological data set about oracle bones from East Asia. Specifically, we are looking for a sensitivity reader of East-Asian heritage with some familiarity with the history and use of oracle bones either historically or archaeologically. […]
Act 5: Where were we in our story
While it feels like we just finished March 2020, take three, it’s amazing to realize that we survived March 2022. Along with that, it’s the first anniversary of the Data Literacy Program’s (DLP’s) quarterly reports. So, what have we been doing in the last few months?
Act 4: Revising our story
Hello, January 2022! It’s hard to believe, and yet here we are. Of course more important than the new year, is that we’ve had another three months of cultivating the Data Literacy Program (DLP) here at the Alexandria Archive Institute (AAI).
Our Upcoming Workshop at the 2022 AIA & SCS Joint Annual Meeting
The start of the new year always brings with it the Archaeological Institute of America & Society for Classical Studies Joint Annual meeting. Our team at the Alexandria Archive Institute / Open Context (AAI/OC) is excited to be leading a workshop at the meeting! We’ve shared the details about our session below. If you’re registered […]
Defining a data story
If you keep up with our news here at The Alexandria Archive Institute (AAI) you may have noticed that we talk about archaeology…a lot. But we also talk about teaching and literacy. And stories. And also sometimes data. And, recently, we’ve been talking a lot about data stories. However, one thing we haven’t discussed is […]