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Center for Digital Archaeology [CoDA] Open House Fall 2013

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Dear Friends and Colleagues, We’ve been working on some exciting projects at CoDA and are pleased to invite you to our open house!

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Internships

Internship at CoDA

The Center for Digital Archaeology sponsors a thriving internship program, where young scholars and professionals learn state-of-the-art techniques and work on real-world projects. The techniques and skills you will develop at CoDA range from advanced digital photography to video editing, from 3D modeling to web content management. You will be actively involved in our field

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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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Interns in Action – Brazilian Cultural Heritage Through Food…and the Joys of Digital Media

Here is yet another intern who has been busy over the past few months and who will be back for some recurring posts in the future about her ongoing project. Follow Erica Pallo as she digitally documents Brazilian cultural heritage through food. San Francisco, California. Austin, Texas. Denver, Colorado. Little Rock, Arkansas. Madison, Wisconsin. Cincinnati,

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Interns in Action – Vulture Crowns and Guinea Fowl: Building Digital Archival Resources for the Ancient Nubian Site of Kerma

We continue surveying what our interns get up to with a trip report from Elizabeth Minor, who spent her summer seeking buried treasure in archival records on the East Coast and across the pond.

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Interns in Action – Trisha's Summer

The interns here at the Center for Digital Archaeology are some of the most creative, inspired, and talented people  I’ve had the privilege of working with. Not only are they the driving force behind major projects like the Digital Archaeology Archives at the Presidio while juggling full course loads at Berkeley, but they also manage

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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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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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Summer 2011 – Summer Course – Digital Documentation and Representation of Cultural Heritage

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Anthropology 136e. Documenting, Representing, and Interpreting Cultural Heritage at the San Francisco Presidio: a 4-unit 6-week field and studio course that satisfies the methods requirement for the major in Anthropology at UC Berkeley.

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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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