Time for some more links:
- Oxford Archaeology: This is an archaeology and heritage practice that provides a variety of archaeology related services. Under their specialist services you can find a variety of computational archaeology services such as GIS surveying and graphics.
- Virtual Heritage Lab: This is a lab dealing with digital projects in archaeology.
- Spatial-tech: A computational archaeologist’s website aiming to discuss the latest technology being applied to archaeology.
- LABUST: An organisation focusing on the research of underwater systems and technologies. Although they don’t focus in archaeology, they do mention some archaeology projects.
Spatial-tech posted information about an online archaeology course taking place in May. This made me decide to make a similar post to my old Coursera relevant courses and include it there. Here are some new courses you may be interested in:
- Archaeology of Portus: exploring the lost harbour of ancient Rome (Via Spatial-tech): A course to learn how ancient artefacts, written evidence, excavation and digital technologies are transforming understanding of this Portus.
- The Art and Archaeology of Ancient Nubia: A course to explore the geography and archaeology of Nubia, Egypt’s neighbour.
- Begin programming: build your first mobile game: A fun way to learn how to program and requires no prior experience. You will be doing Android development (which is quite fun, trust me it’s my current job 😉 ).
- An Introduction to Interactive Programming in Python: An introduction to the Python programming language.
- Fundamentals of Digital Image and Video Processing: Learn about the basic principles and tools to process images and video.
- Algorithms: Design and Analysis, Part 1: Learn the basics of algorithmic design.
- Machine Learning: If you already know how to program, a machine learning course may be appropriate for you. Here you will learn various ways of processing data which may be useful to analyse archaeological datasets.