HeritageJam 2015

 The aim of the jam is to bring together heritage, visualisation and media specialists to collaborate, curate and showcase cutting edge interpretation.  Last year...
CITiZAN archaeologists assessing cliff erosion © CITiZAN

Urgent call for volunteers to survey England’s disappearing coastal archaeology

Today, CITiZAN is calling for an army of volunteers to help survey and monitor these nationally-important but vulnerable archaeological sites before they disappear. One of...

Sherwood Forest Archaeological Training Field School 2015

This course is suitable for all levels from beginner to experienced digger! You will receive training and experience in: Excavation, Stratigraphy, Contexts records, Recording, Drawing, Photography, Pottery identification,...
19th century “Highland Clearance” landscape - Surveyed by students from UHI

Understanding the Clearances – part of the Being Human Festival

 The University of the Highlands and Islands Archaeology Institute (www.uhi.ac.uk/archaeology) has won funding to take part in Being Human 2015, the UK’s only national...

Understanding Zooarchaeology I and Exploring Palaeoenvironments

These are an ideal introduction or refresher for anyone with an interest in the field. Understanding Zooarchaeology I: 7th-9th September 2015 Exploring Palaeoenvironments: 10th-11th September 2015 Cost: £180/£120 (student/unwaged) each...

Stark Relief: The Future of Stone Surface Recording

This type of image is being increasingly used in the heritage field as a method of non-invasive recording of surface marks such as fragile...

Study Archaeology in Orkney

Ness of Brodgar covers are off for another 8 week season. This excavation, directed by Nick Card for the UHI Institute, is populated each...

NAS Part III GIS in Maritime Archaeology

  Orkney College UHI, Historic Scotland and Nautical Archaeology Society are running a series of courses this year: NAS Part III GIS in Maritime Archaeology: This...
Under the Uplands

Under the Uplands project in Yorkshire Dales

DigVentures has received £100,000 from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) for their ‘Under the Uplands’ project, which aims to build a greater awareness and...

Archaeological Recording Kit used on Waterloo Uncovered

This screencast shows how to use the Waterloo Uncovered's Archaeological Recording Kit (ARK) to explore the raw data behind interpretations and conclusions. The ARK,...