A new face, a new website. We’ve moved!
The Center for Digital Archaeology has moved to a fresh, new website as of
Due to the heavy rainfall this winter, California State and National Parks and Heritage Sites are under threat of serious structural damage, mud slides and land erosion. The Ghost Town of Bodie is among these.
Freelancer Developers can be an affordable option for small teams or projects with a tight budget. CoDA tested out Upwork, an online hiring platform, last year and worked with a few freelancers, some better than others! Here are 5 things we learned and how you can get the most for your project on a budget of any size.
Three organizations team up to explore possibilities for international exchange and increase impact of world heritage and archaeology. Great news! These three organizations have started a collaboration through a Memorandum of Understanding to establish a cooperative...
For the ancient Polynesians, folklore was shared by word of mouth, today the most popular platform for telling stories are movies. Moana, Walt Disney Studios’ latest film, tells the story of a young girl raised to become chief of her people who comes to discover she...
The Hawaiian people built a rock enclosure in a shallow depression in a volcanic ridge in the mountains above Kapolei, in an area now known as Pālehua.
This course is a cross-disciplinary exploration of Cultural Heritage on a global and local scale through discussion, debate, in-class activities and team-based research projects.
Six Fundraising Lessons from the world most successful fundraisers at the 2016 “Nonprofit Fundraising Masters” event in San Francisco
Looking back on the process, Kodak PCD conversion almost seems easy. If you are at the beginning of your zip recuperation journey, these steps may not be obvious, but they are very doable. The only solution available which will keep images high-resolution, convert and maintain original metadata, and save you a LOT of working hours is PCD Magic!
At the Lowest Place on Earth, on the South-East shores of the Dead Sea, nestled in the Ghor es-Safi and a short turn off the Dead Sea highway, you’ll find a little museum with a big mission and big stories to tell.
The Lifeways of Ancient Africans offers an overview of the archaeological heritage of Africa, from the emergence of modern humans to the beginnings of European colonization.
When I was asked to write this piece I was at first enthusiastic, and then overwhelmed. It’s been a long time coming. I feature some of the fun facts about the history of Petaluma, California, our place in film and popular culture, and issues around a recent revival. Some Petalumans fear that a boom in tourism is threatening the city’s authenticity. So far, we have maintained a reputation of friendliness and managed to grow in ways that honor our past.
A course syllabus on the “art” of prehistory and its meanings. At least how we see it with our modern mind... This is the follow up to Part 1 of the “Prehistoric Art” course syllabus shared by Tim Gill. See below the complete weekly schedule with readings. Weekly...
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