ARKDIS Research Project on Archaeological Information in the Digital Society

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ARKDIS project maps the implications and opportunities of the digitalisation of information and information work in the domain of archaeology and to develop and evaluate conceptual and practical methods and procedures for enhancing archaeological information work in the digitalised environment.

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ARKDIS Research Project on Archaeological Information in the Digital Society

  1. 1. Archaeological information in the digital society Isto Huvila Docent Institutionen för ABM Uppsala universitet Archaeological information in the digital society Arkeologisk information i det digitala samhället
  2. 2. research project funded by SRC 2013-2016/7 framework programme in digital society Isto Huvila 2013 | förnamn.efternamn@abm.uu.se
  3. 3. People • • • • • • • Isto Huvila (UU, ALM) Daniel Löwenborg (UU, archaeology) Bodil Petersson (LinU, archaeology) Per Stenborg (GU, archaeology) Nicolò dell’Unto (LU, archaeology) Lisa Börjesson (UU, ALM) Carolina Larsson (LU, HUMLAB) Isto Huvila 2013 | förnamn.efternamn@abm.uu.se
  4. 4. The purpose of the project is to map the implications and opportunities of the digitalisation of information and information work in the domain of archaeology and material cultural heritage, how it changes the production and use of archaeological knowledge in the different stages of the its lifespan. Isto Huvila 2013 | förnamn.efternamn@abm.uu.se
  5. 5. Isto Huvila 2013 | förnamn.efternamn@abm.uu.se
  6. 6. Reporting Isto Huvila 2013 | förnamn.efternamn@abm.uu.se
  7. 7. Isto Huvila 2013 | förnamn.efternamn@abm.uu.se CC http://www.flickr.com/photos/dominik99/384027019/
  8. 8. Research questions 1. To find how the contemporary documentation and information management practices of archaeologists and prevailing information technologies affect the usability 2. To explain how collaboration is built up between different actors within the digital cultural and archaeological heritage management Isto Huvila 2013 | förnamn.efternamn@abm.uu.se
  9. 9. Research questions 3. To identify and develop innovative research methods and approaches or addressing diverse stakeholder needs 4. To develop and test a new visualisation based method for capturing and documenting archaeological information work 5. To investigate how digital technology can be used as an pedagogical tool for mediating cultural heritage information Isto Huvila 2013 | förnamn.efternamn@abm.uu.se
  10. 10. Work packages 1. What’s going on on macro and microlevel 2. The birth of an exhibition from museum and from from the field 3. How to use the existing data sets 4. Visualisation of the information process 5. How ’users’ can use archaeological information to learn Isto Huvila 2013 | förnamn.efternamn@abm.uu.se
  11. 11. Activities • Workshops in Uppsala and Lund – Exhibition workshop (LU) – Image based analysis (UU) –… • • • • CAA-SE 2013 (LU) Conference 2016 (UU) Research Publications Isto Huvila 2013 | förnamn.efternamn@abm.uu.se
  12. 12. Isto Huvila 2013 | förnamn.efternamn@abm.uu.se
  13. 13. Read more at http://arkdisproject.blogspot.se Isto Huvila 2013 | förnamn.efternamn@abm.uu.se
  14. 14. Archaeological information in the digital society Isto Huvila firstname.lastname@abm.uu.se www.istohuvila.se @ihuvila Archaeological information in the digital society Arkeologisk information i det digitala samhället

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