The Data Literacy Program will share two new Data Stories this week at the Florida Public Archaeology Network’s (FPAN’s) Conference on Public Archaeology. And if you’re in Pensacola, you can playtest them both!
This exercise is best suited to those with an interest in public archaeology, writing as practice, or using archaeological data as inspiration. Users should have a basic understanding of archaeological data types to understand what platforms to search, but little previous experience with archaeology is required.
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.
The end of the second quarter of 2023 means we’re more than 50% done with the year. Oh… and that it’s a great time to catch y’all up on the work done by the Data Literacy Program (DLP)! With so much going on in the first quarter, we kept up the pace, getting even more […]
Do you love reading? Do you love book clubs or recommendation lists? Do you have an interest in archaeology? If you said “yes” to at least one of these, we’d love your feedback on the first theme of our upcoming data story, Of Mycenaean Men: Public Archaeology Book Club!
For this Digital Data Stories (DDS) Series on Series entry, we’re exploring our Solo Series. While we generally practice archaeology as a group activity, there are times when we need to practice our archaeological data literacy skills solo. Alone in a museum basement pondering a potsherd, staring into the spreadsheet middle distance, or trekking a […]