I am very happy to announce, that nearly 16 months after our symposium on “Communicating the Past in the Digital Age” is finally published. We decided for the publisher Ubiquity Press, where you can also find the download possibilities for the open access volume or individual chapters. For your convenience, I’ll list the citations and […]
We are very happy to announce, that the proceedings of the symposium will be published with Ubiquity Press in a full open-access format! We are happy about the arrangements with the publisher and that we are able to afford the publication in this open and freely accessible way. All authors have been notified and are […]
The conference is over now and we had great days of ideas, discussions and demonstrations. In the morning on Saturday, we started the session on “Digital Tools in the classroom” where Katherine Cook (@KatherineRCook) from Canada showed us how you can engange with local communities by going into the classrooms and shaping the heritage together. […]
So, after an interesting and extensive first day, there is time to recapitulate. We started the day off with a warm Welcome Address by Prof. Eleftheria Paliou, who welcomed the participants and introduced our new master’s programme in Archaeoinformatics at the University of Cologne. In the first session “Archaeogaming”, Erik Malcom Champion (@nzerik) showed us […]
Unfortunately, Tara Copplestone had to cancel her participation for the symposium. At the moment, we leave the programme as it is, as a previous version was already distributed and people might want to come to specific talks. If we do not find a replacement in time, we will simply take a long lunch break. Sorry […]
Our programme is ready, ready enough to share. We start on the 12th with a session on “Archaeogaming”, followed by a session on “Learning in the museum” and a conference dinner for the participants. On the second day, we continue with a session on “Digital tools in the classroom” and on “Digital Learning Evironments”. After […]
One month is left for sending us your application for our conference. This gives us time to present to you the place to be: The University of Cologne, a place where you can study five kinds of Archaeology, including Archaeoinformatics (Computational Archaeology).
The Call for Papers has been released! Take a look inside for further information on the scope of the symposium, which will take place on the 12-13th of October 2018. The deadline for submissions is the 30th of June 2018.
The project “Experience of Antiquity with help of an Archaeology of the Senses” that was funded by the Stifterverband and the ministry of culture in North Rhine Westphalia was approved and has started in January 2018.