To be announced.

 


Past workshops include the following:

 

Portable X-Ray Fluorescence (pXRF) Analysis Workshop

Thursday and Friday, April 6 and 7, 2017
UNC Campus (Alumni Hall and Davis Library)
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Care of Archaeological Collections Workshop

Monday, March 13, 2017 • 9:30am – 4:00pm
UNC Campus, Alumni Building, Room 201A
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This workshop is designed for organizations that care for both large and small archaeological collections. The instructors (Drs. Steve Davis and Heather Lapham) will discuss various archaeological objects, their material composition, and methods for stabilization and long term storage. Learn how to evaluate and improve your knowledge of what you have and where to find it (accountability) and how to make it available for educational and scientific use (accessibility). Exchange ideas about best practices for archaeological collections curation that can be implemented by both large and small museums, historic sites, archives and similar repositories. Explore practical and creative solutions to a variety of problems that arise with maintaining these collections. Emphasis will be placed on methods collections staff can use to preserve archaeological objects and their associated information for current and future use, and how to balance ideal curation standards with what can be achieved within the reality of limited resources. The workshop is sponsored by the Research Laboratories of Archaeology in collaboration with the North Carolina Preservation Consortium.

 

Drone Flying Workshop

Thursday, Friday, & Saturday, January 19, 20, & 21, 2017
UNC Campus, Location varies by session
(Sponsored by the Research Laboratories of Archaeology)
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Effective Presentation of Archaeological Data

Monday, Sept. 26, Oct. 10, and Nov. 7, 2016 • 1:00 – 2:30pm
UNC Campus, Alumni Building, Room 201A
(Research Laboratories of Archaeology Fall 2016 Workshop Series)

This workshop series will focus on how to best present archaeological data to a scholarly audience. In our first meeting, Dr. Vin Steponaitis and Dr. Heather Lapham will provide tips and advice on the dos and don’ts of how to visualize data in a PowerPoint presentation. In out second and third meetings, attendees will present their data to a group and receive feedback. Whether you are presenting at a scholarly conference this semester or are interested in learning more about effective presentations, all are welcomed.