Tag Archive | digital history

3D modeling updates

The 3D models in archaeology posts seem to be pretty popular, so I decided to add some more content for you ūüôā Here are some links: 3-D Virtual Model Reconstructs Germany‚Äôs Heidelberg Castle: A 3D model of Heidelberg Castle has been made using photographs, drawings, and surveys of the ruins Around the World in 80 […]

Digital Humanities communities in Berlin

Happy new year readers! I am glad to say that we have arrived in Berlin and are settling in. So far we have been exploring the areas around us and awing at the amazing architecture. The city has been fairly quiet (except for an incredibly large amount of fireworks on New Years), so we have […]

Collaborative digital archaeology primer

Shawn Graham from the Electric Archaeology blog has created a Github¬†project called DAP. This projects aims to gather people across the¬†Computational Archaeology community to work on a¬†digital archaeology primer. The aim of this primer is to gather basic information about computational archaeology from the community. This information can then be used to teach archaeologists about […]

Experiences with the Crafting Digital History Course

Earlier this year I participated in a Digital History course as an open access participant. The course was run by Shawn Graham, otherwise known as the writer of the Electric Archaeology¬†blog. Shawn was a great distance teacher, always available via the Slack group¬†and always up for any form of discussion. Even though I was in […]

Digital History Course

The blogger of Electric Archaeology¬†(a great blog I’ve previously linked to) is starting a course on crafting digital history. This is an online course starting next¬†winter (I’m assuming northern hemisphere winter, so summer for those of us in the south). Here are some links regarding the course: Electric Archaeology’s blog post:¬†Here you can see the […]