For this Digital Data Stories (DDS) Series on Series entry, we’re exploring our Interactive Series. Play is an integral part of human creativity, and interacting with others during play is an important way that we learn. Beyond that, places, materials, buildings, people, and belongings start to have meaning to us through interaction. With that in […]
Open Context launched in late 2006, roughly 17 years ago. Since then we’ve worked on some 180 project datasets now in various stages of completion. Currently, we have 134 projects complete enough to include in our main project index. Each of these publication projects required dedicated and sustained commitments of effort. This work includes: data […]
From the day the DLP Duo started working on creating Data Stories, we set out with a clear intention to make sure the work we released was properly evaluated. We’d seen too many projects and resources created, released, and never tested, especially not for those things that underline the heart of our work – usability, […]
This exercise is best suited to those with an interest in public archaeology, the dynamics of ritual behavior, or the archaeology of central China. Users should have a basic understanding of archaeological data types, but little previous experience with archaeology is required.
Do you love making things? Do you love building good writing habits or exercising your painting skills based on a theme? And do you have an interest in archaeology? If you said “yes” to at least the first question, we’d love to have you test our Creative Series Data Stories!
From 17-19 March 2023, members of the Alexandria Archive Institute / Open Context (AAI/OC) team attended the Society for California Archaeology (SCA) Annual Meeting in Oakland, CA. The team had a booth for Open Context and Paulina co-authored a poster for the conference with Meghan! Beyond that, there were a lot of other cool things that […]