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!
Welcome back to the Digital Literacy Program (DLP) here at the Alexandria Archive institute! Currently, we’re wrangling the evaluations of our first Data Story. If you haven’t herd about it, mosey on over here to find out more. In the meantime, we thought we’d share our recipe for a good tutorial.
You’ve been cow-nting on us to let you know when we’d open up our data story for beta testing. Well, we’re tooting our own horn to let y’all know we want to have mooooo folks beta test our first data story! We’re looking for testers from all herds, and are keen to rustle up folks […]
Hello July! We’re about six months into the Digital Data Stories (DDS) project here at the Alexandria Archive Institute (AAI). So, it’s time to update y’all on our program.
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 […]