introductory seminar course: Digital Archaeology - Details
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General information

Semester SS 2022
Current number of participants 6
Home institute Klassische Archäologie
Courses type introductory seminar course in category Teaching
Next date Thu , 30.06.2022 15:45 - 17:15, Room: (D, 2006)
Learning organization Proseminar: Workload = 6LP (entspricht: 180 Stunden)
- 30 Stunden: Teilnahme an den Sitzungen
- 15 Stunden: Vor- und Nachbereitung der Sitzungen
- 15 Stunden: Lektüre von Primär- und Sekundärliteratur
- 60 Stunden: Erbringung von Studienleistungen
- 60 Stunden: Erstellung bzw. Vorbereitung der Modulprüfungsleistung
Performance record Referat und Hausarbeit
Online/Digitale Veranstaltung Veranstaltung wird in Präsenz abgehalten.
Hauptunterrichtssprache englisch
Literaturhinweise Reference Manuals (intended as a support, not as required readings)
• Chavarria Arnau A., Reynolds A. (eds.) 2015, Detecting and understanding historic landscapes, SAP: Mantova.
• Gillings M., Hacıgüzeller P., Lock G. (eds.) 2020, Archaeological Spatial Analysis: a Methodological Guide, Routledge: London.
• Hageneuer, S. (ed.) 2020, Communicating the Past in the Digital Age, Proceedings of the International Conference on Digital Methods in Teaching and Learning in Archaeology (12-13 October 2018), Ubiquity: London.
• Ioannides M., Magnenat-Thalmann N., Papagiannakis G. (eds) 2017, Mixed Reality and Gamification for Cultural Heritage, Springer.
• López Varela S.L. (ed.) 2018, Encyclopedia of Archaeological Sciences, Springer.
• Optiz S., Cowley D.C. (eds.), 2013, Interpreting Archaeological Topography, Oxbow books: Oxford.
Miscellanea Power point presentations, video tutorials. The slides will be shared and will constitute and integral part of the study materials. A list of required weekly readings will be communicated at the beginning of the course.
ECTS points 6

Course location / Course dates

(D, 2006) Thursday: 15:45 - 17:15, weekly (11x)

Module assignments


Digital methods are revolutionizing the way we acquire, store, process, interpret, share, and communicate archaeological data, with exceptional implications for spatial and material analyses, fieldwork activities, as well as for heritage management and protection, and public engagement. Students will learn the theory, methods, and best operational practices of a variety of digital techniques, by approaching them with a multi-scalar, cross-disciplinary perspective.

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