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Mukurtu at International Conference on Indigenous Archives, Libraries, and Museums

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ATALM is a national non-profit organization that maintains a network of support for indigenous programs, provides culturally relevant programming and services, encourages collaboration among tribal and non-tribal cultural institutions, and articulates contemporary issues related to developing and sustaining the cultural sovereignty of Native Nations. With these goals the association organizes conferences, workshops, and institutes. Again

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Day 1 @ IFRAO 2013

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Good morning, Albuquerque! Tyler Wilson is representing CoDA at IFRAO 2013, and will be posting images and updates throughout the congress. The international congress is jam packed with hundreds of attendees. Congratulations to the local ARARA crew for making this all happen! We will be posting regular updates to codifi.info/events/ifrao-2013 so check back often. We’re adding images to

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IFRAO 2013 Workshop Questionnaire: From Digitization to Preservation: Digital Collections, Needs and Challenges

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The XVII International Congress of IFRAO is less than a week away. We hope you are attending! If not, check our twitter, facebook and blog for updates throughout the congress. CoDA will be leading a two-part workshop. If you are participating at IFRAO, we’d love your feedback so we can make the most of the limited

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CoDA at the 2013 Society for American Archaeology’s Annual Meeting

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The SAA – Society for American Archaeology, one of the largest organizations dedicated to the research, interpretation and protection of the archaeological heritage of the Americas and beyond, held its annual meeting on April, 3rd-7th 2013, in the beautiful landscape of Honolulu, Hawaii. CoDA was there with a booth in the exhibitor room and with

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XVII International Congress of IFRAO, May 26-31, 2013

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The Center for Digital Archaeology is pleased to participate in the XVII International Congress of IFRAO, May 26-31, 2013. FORUM|WORKSHOP From Digitization to Preservation: Digital Collections, Needs and Challenges. This is a two part forum/workshop that emphasizes key issues and challenges in the life cycle of digital collections from digitization and digital capture to preservation and

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BADCamp in Berkeley: a Drupal Full-Immersion

Last month Elena and Connor from the CoDA team spent a lovely weekend in the sunny Berkeley hills to learn about new features in Drupal. Drupal is an open-source CMS (content management system), a flexible and highly customizable tool for designing and developing cool websites and web content. The CoDA staff is familiar with Drupal already for having used it

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Siggraph 2011 Recap – Vancouver BC, Canada Aug 07-11

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2011 MCN – Microhistory in the making

Ruth Tringham of the Center for Digital Archaeology describes the symantic web during her talk on the intersections between physical experience of place and digital media.

CoDA’s participation at the Musem Computer Network’s annual SIG meeting on June 3rd allowed our Creative Director Ruth Tringham to showcase one of our digital heritage strategies that ties together individuals, history, and video all into one fascinating new genre: we’re calling it “Microhistories”.  The title of the meeting, “Places, collections, and Digital Narratives: towards

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2011 MCN-CoDA Meeting Recap

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On June 3 2011 CoDA organized the 2011 MCN CAL SIG annual meeting titled “Places, Collections, and Digital Narratives: Towards a Stronger Collaboration between Museums and Cultural Heritage”. The event, coordinated by Cinzia Perlingieri Director of Research at CoDA and Marla Misunas Collections Information Manager at SFMoMA, brought together UC archaeologists and MCN technologists in a way

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2011 MCN CAL SIG and CoDA MEETING

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MCN’s California SIG and the Center for Digital Archaeology at UC Berkeley, present a meeting organized by Cinzia Perlingieri, Director of Research at CoDA, bringing together UC archaeologists and MCN technologists in a way that has never been done before in the California SIG. Check the program below and join us! If you are not a Cali SIG

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BiblioTech Recap (and grandma's advice)

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On May 11, 2011, the University of Stanford hosted the conference BiblioTech: Bringing Humanities Ph.D. Innovation to Silicon Valley (check out our previous post and the conference website). After virtually attending the conference, I wouldn’t push anyone into leaving their job to pursue a humanities degree (after Damon Horowitz’s suggestive talk titled ”Why you should quit your technology

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TAG2011 Recap

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The US Theoretical Archaeological Group meeting was held on May 6-8 at UC Berkeley this year, and CoDA played a big part. Both Ruth Tringham and the students from our Digital Documentation course presented at the Dialogues in Photography session, and CoDA interns provided their photographic services for the weekend. View them on flickr.

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Conference "BiblioTech. Bringing Humanities Ph.D. Innovation to Silicon Valley"

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Tomorrow, May 11, 2011, starting at 9:00am, Stanford University will host the conference “BiblioTech. Bringing Humanities Ph.D. Innovation to Silicon Valley”. Leading executive officers and venture capitalists in Silicon Valley industry and humanities faculties, Ph.D.s and doctoral students will get together for a groundbreaking discussion on the ways in which highly trained, skilled, and creative

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Good Internet Conference 2011 at UC Berkeley

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CoDA was happy to be asked to help with video production at the Good Internet Conference, held April 23 at UC Berkeley. We had a great time and made some new friends. [&lt;a href="http://storify.com/coda_ucb/the-good-internet-conference" target="blank"&gt;View the story "The Good Internet Conference" on Storify]&lt;/a&gt; <a href=”http://storify.com/coda_ucb/the-good-internet-conference” target=”_blank”>View “The Good Internet Conference” on Storify</a>

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Spring 2011 – Semester Course – Digital Documentation and Representation of Cultural Heritage

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UC Semester Course (Anthropology 136E) January 19 – May 6 Instructor Michael Ashley Description   A practical, hands-on overview of cutting-edge digital technology that is being used and developed for the documentation of cultural heritage –  in this case includes historic and prehistoric places: standing and buried buildings, landscapes, neighborhoods – anything which is of

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