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TechTypes – which are you? #TBT

Came across this cute idea from Microsoft – a What’s Your Tech Type? quiz. You answer a few short questions and it tells you whether you are a: Creator Tinkerer Sharer Self-improver Spectator Make Doer For this week’s #throwbackthursday post I was reminded of a study we did back in 2007 looking at Australian’s online behaviour […]



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Pompeii: The First Navigation Map

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Pompeii: The First Navigation Map Posted on November 24, 2014 by Eric Poehler   The PBMP’s first full map for navigation is now online. You can start to explore Pompeii in the map embedded below, or go to the full site for more space and options. If you want to customize the map or make a presentation from it, sign in to / sign up for your ArcGIS Online account and save a copy to your […]



Charles Jones

Text Analysis of the Grand Jury Documents

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a topic in the grand jury documents, #ferguson I watched Twitter and the CBC while the prosecutor was reading his statement. I watched the live feeds from Ferguson, and other cities around the US. Back in August, when this all first began, I was glued to my computer, several feeds going at once. A spectator. Yesterday, Mitch Fraas put the grand jury documents (transcripts of the statements, the proceedings) into Voyant Tools: For those looking […]



Shawn

Open Access Archaeology Digest #614

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A nice batch of Open Access (free to read) articles: The supply of Rhenish stoneware to London, 1350-1600http://bit.ly/1nPSSV7 Archaeological evidence for the waterfront of Middle Saxon Londonhttp://bit.ly/19F6Xgk Excavation of a kerbed funerary monument at Stoneyfield, Raigmore, Inverness, Highland, 1972-3.http://bit.ly/14LlGVm Learn more about Open Access and Archaeology at: http://bit.ly/YHuyFK



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3D Print Michael Jackson, Steven Speilberg, Fidel Castro, and Others: Sketchfab’s New Madame Tussauds’ Gallery

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Just like 2D scanners became affordable and mainstream and saw a rapid increase in the quality of their capabilities two decades ago, the same is now happening within the 3D scanner space. If you ever have an opportunity to use a 3D scanner, it’s actually quite fun, and I must say, addictive. Capturing people, moments in time, and all sorts of objects, in a form which will put a picture to shame, the technology promises to transform […]



Brian Krassenstein

Wordless Wednesday: Happy (Futuristic) Thanksgiving

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#WheresMyReplicator? Follow the link in the photo caption to the associated story. You can find more glimpses of the future (and links) on CFM’s Pinterest Boards. 



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Collecting and Preserving Digital Art: Interview with Richard Rinehart and Jon Ippolito

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Jon Ippolito, Professor of New Media at the University of Maine As artists have embraced a range of new media and forms in the last century as the work of collecting, conserving and exhibiting these works has become increasingly complex and challenging. In this space, Richard Rinehart and Jon Ippolito have been working to develop and understand approaches to ensure long-term access to digital works. In this installment of our insights interview series I discuss […]



Trevor Owens

Open Access Textbooks and Language Primers

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[Most recently updated 26 November 2014] Open Access Textbooks and Language Primers relating to the ancient world Allen and Greenough’s New Latin Grammar (at Dickinson College) Ancient Greek Tutorials by Donald J. Mastronarde Ancient Sanskrit Online, by Karen Thomson and Jonathan Slocum Beginning Biblical Hebrew: A Grammar and Illustrated Reader [Online Companion], by John A. Cook and Robert D. Holmstedt. Classical Greek Online, by Winfred P. Lehmann and Jonathan Slocum Classical Armenian Online, by Todd […]



Charles Jones

Open Access Journal: London Archaeologist

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London Archaeologist For anyone interested in the history, heritage or archaeology of the capital, London Archaeologist is essential reading. Published by the London Archaeologist Association since 1968, it is a periodical of record for the London area, covering major archaeological discoveries, events and issues. Content includes excavation reports, historical articles, artefact and finds studies, environmental archaeology reports, exhibition reports, book reviews, news and commentary. It has recently been redesigned and expanded to cover interviews, profiles […]



Charles Jones

Europeana and European Parliament join forces to mark events that shaped Europe

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WW1 and the fall of the Iron Curtain, two events that shaped the Europe we know today will be commemorated at the European Parliament in unique style. A family history roadshow, digitising personal memorabilia of MEPs for these two seminal periods of European history, is taking place in the Parliament. On 2 and 3 December, Shaping Europe will mark the centenary commemoration of WW1 and the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Iron Curtain. […]



Susan Muthalaly

Museums may have multi-sensory translation soon

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DOHA: A research will begin soon to examine the possibility of introducing multi-sensory translation at museums.Multi-sensory translation provides service, where people can smell and touch things and feel and taste them. It will give accessibility for people with special needs.The project by the Audio Visual Faculty. See it on Scoop.it, via eMuseums Eye



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Still learning to listen: Still listening to learn

Today a bunch of educators, museum folks, teachers and assorted others that form our much-loved Coalition of Knowledge Building Schools met to both look back and look forward in celebration of transformative practices in the classroom and beyond. A range of speakers presented their work with the Coalition and how it has impacted on all […]



lyndakelly61

Still learning to listen: Still listening to learn

Today a bunch of educators, museum folks, teachers and assorted others that form our much-loved Coalition of Knowledge Building Schools met to both look back and look forward in celebration of transformative practices in the classroom and beyond. A range of speakers presented their work with the Coalition and how it has impacted on all […]



lyndakelly61

Open Access Archaeology Digest #613

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Get some Open Access (free to read) Archaeology articles here: A Runic Fragment at Leekhttp://bit.ly/108r4tb Carved Oak Panels formerly at Greenlaw, Kirkcudbrighthttp://bit.ly/173MKRo Description of the Interior of a Chamber in a Castlehttp://bit.ly/17Vrl9P Il castellum aquae di Porta Romana ad Ostia. http://bit.ly/1zPtOQQ Notices of St Palladius’ Chapel, and of a Coffin-Slab, at Fordoun.http://bit.ly/Y4rQwg Learn more about Open Access and Archaeology at: http://bit.ly/YHuyFK



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