Wow, look at the time, it’s a new year already! 2017 was such a strange year for me personally, I experienced some of the biggest changes in my personal life, and also learned some hard lessons. Now that this whirlwind of a year is ebbing, I am excited to look forward toward my goals of the […]Read More Welcome to the New Year! What are your Goals for Archaeology?
While I was interning for the Center for Digital Archaeology (CoDA), I wrote a series of short blogs based off a few of their webinar classes. Writing these Training TIPS was a fun learning experience for me because some of these topics were things I knew nothing about. It is always humbling to me how […]Read More CoDA Training TIPS Archive
In our contemporary era of archaeology, methods and theories that were once considered specialized into a subfield of digital archaeology have now become common practice. Technology such as databases and geographic information systems are already integrated into many archaeological project designs, and researchers are using the internet to gather data and form online discussion groups. Museums […]Read More An Introduction to User Experience for Archaeologists and Heritage Professionals
Greetings, and welcome to the new website! After many years of general blogging on Liminal Anthropology, I have decided to take a more specific and specialized focus. From now on, I will be blogging more about digital public archaeology, and of course, how UX (User Experience) relates. I am very excited to move in this […]Read More Liminal Anthropology is now Heritage UX!