The Data Literacy Program’s (DLP’s) Paulina Przystupa, alongside The Alexandria Archive Institute’s Executive Director, Sarah Whitcher Kansa, will share their experiences with alternative archaeological field schools at the annual Society for Historical Archaeology (SHA) conference in January. If you happen to be in Oakland, CA we hope you can catch them!
This past summer, we kicked off a 3-year project aimed at improving the flow of information from the moment of discovery through to publication and beyond. This project, funded by a grant from the NEH, takes a unique approach of exploring the data lifecycle through a series of interviews with data creators and reusers, in […]
The AAI is pleased to announce two new grant-funded projects. With support from Harvard’s Center for Hellenic Studies and the German Archaeological Institute (DAI), Open Context’s program director Eric Kansa will collaborate with DAI colleagues to develop and promote specific data sharing standards that will facilitate data interoperability in Classical archaeology. The standards will be […]