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Making it FAIR: understanding the lockdown ‘digital divide’

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Making It FAIR was supported by the Arts and Humanities Research Council’s Towards a National Collection programme (TaNC) as part of UKRI’s call for COVID-19 projects. The...

CIfA and UAUK accreditation for three more University degrees

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The Chartered Institute for Archaeologists (CIfA) and University Archaeology UK (UAUK) have announced three further departments offering academic programmes which have been formally accredited...

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CIfA and UAUK accreditation for three more University degrees

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The Chartered Institute for Archaeologists (CIfA) and University Archaeology UK (UAUK) have announced three further departments offering academic programmes which have been formally accredited...

Rampart Scotland Fieldschool: Training can be fun

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Rampart Scotland was first set up in 2010 by Dr Murray Cook and David Connolly to offer a refreshing approach to training in archaeology...

Digital Archiving in Archaeology: The State of the Art

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The advent of ubiquitous computing has created a golden age for archaeological researchers and participating publics, but the price is a digital resource that...

New archaeological online courses and talks at Sussex School of Archaeology

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The Sussex School of Archaeology have a whole new range of online courses and events for the Autumn Term that will help you shake...
Artifacts courtesy of University of Aberdeen Museums: ABDUA:21845 – Period: 12th Dynasty, Middle Kingdom.

4K Digital Microscope examines deeper into the past

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The Archaeology Department of the University of Liverpool has carried out two ground-breaking projects that have improved our understanding of how human culture developed...

Heritage Hero Awards

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The Heritage Hero project was initially an archaeology education project run by Archaeology Scotland between 2012 and 2015. It soon became clear that...

BAJR Weekly Archaeology News 23rd Jan 2022

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So here is the eclectic and diverse news roundup for the week ending 23rd January 2022 Lots going on as ever - click the links to read the full story.  and if you know of...

BAJR News Roundup week ending 16/01/2022

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What a great few weeks with lots going on, and the continuation of the Great British Dig and Digging for Britain So here is the eclectic and diverse news roundup for the week ending 16/01/2022 Lots...

BAJR News Roundup Week ending 9/1/2022

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News roundup for the week ending 9th January 2022 Welcome to the new year, and a load of stories  - click the links to read the full story. DIG It 2021 quiz Last year, a community archaeology...

BAJR Archaeology News Roundup 26th December 2021

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News roundup for the week ending 26th December 2021 Click the links to read the full story. and hope you had a great Christmas. Join the conversation on BAJR Facebook Bronze Age migration to what is now...

BAJR Weekly Archaeology News 20/12/2021

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News roundup for the week ending 19th December. Lots going on as ever - click the links to read the full story. Sutton Hoo lyre and the music of the Silk Road A recent re-examination of finds...