If you’ve been following the Alexandria Archive Institute (AAI) you may have noticed we use some academic jargon. We try not to, but it’s unavoidable considering what we do.
In the Digital Data Stories project, we spend a lot of time thinking about people. This may seem odd, as our current work involves a lot of numbers and a lot of cow bones, but at the heart of it, our work is fundamentally about people. This is because literacy is fundamentally about people. My […]
It’s hard to believe it’s April. Even harder to believe that we’re three months (and more for some folks!) into the Data Stories project here at the Alexandria Archive Institute.
Welcome to the Digital Data Stories blog series! The Alexandria Archive Institute and Open Context advocate for data sharing, data literacy, open access, and community collaborations. In this series, we discuss our ongoing digital data literacy project, the goal of which is to promote easier use of digital open data by students, researchers, and the […]
We’re all about the digital here at the Alexandria Archive. In this time of COVID that means we’re all about the digital talk! On February 3, the International History Students and Historians Group invited our team to discuss digital data, museums, history, heritage, archaeology, and what all of these things have in common. We also […]