For this Digital Data Stories (DDS) Series on Series entry, we’re introducing our Aggregative Series. While you may have misread that as our aggressive series, this series aggregates existing resources that teach archaeological data literacy. Currently, these will act as both recommendations for existing work from our staff and a Data Story, guiding groups through […]
Writing with Archaeological Inspiration
Mayhaps you’ve had a manuscript marinating? Potentially you’ve been pondering potsherd patterning? Or digging around in your data? Are you wondering how to turn these tidbits into some archaeological writing? Well, have we got some inspiration for you!
The Fall 2022 Data Stories Table of Contents!
We’re happy to announce the Data Literacy Program’s (DLP’s) first Table of Contents (TOC). The TOC is a preview of our existing and future Data Stories. And we designed this handy resource to outline data stories you can incorporate in classes now or in the future.
Tapping away at our Tutorial Series
For this entry into our Digital Data Stories (DDS) series on series, we’ll explore our Tutorial Series. In many ways, tutorials are what most people think of when they consider improving their data literacy. Due to this, we thought tutorials would be a great place for us to start creating data stories.
Winning them over to the data side – An ARF workshop on Data lit and viz
Paulina guest lectured for the students of the Archaeological Research Facility (ARF) Peralta Hacienda Historical Park field school about Data Literacy (Data Lit) and Data Visualization (Data Viz).
The Digital Data Stories Series
To help us organize our Data Stories the Data Literacy Program (DLP), we decided to organize the stories into seven series. We’ve mentioned this a few times and we thought it would be good to explain a bit more about what these series are and why we chose to do this.