Six Fundraising Lessons from the world most successful fundraisers at the 2016 “Nonprofit Fundraising Masters” event in San Francisco
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.
Prehistoric Art, a UC Berkeley course by Professor Tim Gill, examines prehistoric imagery and objects of “art” and addresses the question: can our modern mind grasp their real meaning?
In her presentation “Prowess-ing the Past: Considering the Audience”, Ruth Tringham gives a thorough analysis of state of the art, best practices, and successful (or not) case studies, and shares a new audience-centric point of view. Above all, she shifts the focus from 3D modeling in archaeology and cultural heritage to consider the ways in which a more active motivation and engagement of users (whether professionals or general public) might also lead to the long-term sustainability of the models and visualizations.
CoDA is developing an integrated database solution to help manage survey and excavation records at the paleolithic site of Peyre Blanque.
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