Report writing and publication

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Report writing and publication

Archaeologists use data compiled from research, field work and scientific or specialist analysis to document and report on archaeological sites, surveys or research.  The standards and guidance for archaeological documentation can be dependant on both the target audience and the body who required the report or publication, however the basic outline will remain the same. […]

Issues in fieldwork training and assessment in undergraduate teaching

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Issues in fieldwork training and assessment in undergraduate teaching

Barry Taylor – Passport to the Past Research Assistant Introduction Fieldwork, and the provision of training in fieldwork techniques, is generally recognised throughout much of the relevant literature as an important aspect of an archaeological degree. According to the QAA benchmark statement: “Much of the best teaching and learning in archaeology will be an interactive […]

Examples of undergraduate training and assessment in field skills

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Examples of undergraduate training and assessment in field skills

Research into self-assessment was carried out as part of the Inclusive Accessible Archaeology project, which resulted in the development of a self assessment tool kit (Embleton et al 2006). Prior to undertaking fieldwork students gauged their potential to undertake various archaeological tasks based on a self evaluation of their own abilities. Following fieldwork the student […]

Assesment examples for trainers

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Assesment examples for trainers

Some examples of the skills or techniques the students will be graded on and the different levels of ability that you should be looking for.  This will give you some guidelines on how to access the various skills Total station. Novice: The student is able to operate the total station in terms of taking and  […]

Basic human osteology, skeletal analysis and curation of human remains

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Basic human osteology, skeletal analysis and curation of human remains

Interested in learning more about human remains or need to practice your osteology skills? Museums Luton is hosting one or two day human remains workshops as part of a project to further our understanding of health in and around Luton and allow people the opportunity to directly analyse human remains from the Roman and Medieval […]

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