Placing Coded Targets for Photogrammetry in the Field: A Tip from CoDA Training #8
Tips from CoDA Training #4: Lighting for Photogrammetry
In our Digital Photography and Photogrammetry for Archaeologists webinars, we have learned that a good rule of thumb to follow when placing coded targets is to keep the targets in the frame, and not to move them in between shots.
Tips from CoDA Training #3: The Art of Narrative in Your Workflow
Statue of Djehutihotep from Meggiddo (Adam Prins)
Tips from CoDA Training #2: Introduction to GIS for Archaeology
This webinar is one of my favorites because we get to look into how we collect, perceive, and share data as archaeologists.
Tips from CoDA Training #1: Photography and Photogrammetry for Archaeologists
GIS expert Edward Gonzalez-Tennant presented us with an exciting webinar session that was bursting with tips and tricks for integrating GIS more seamlessly into archaeology projects.
Students Uncover Alcatraz
What file format should I use when taking photographs for archaeology?
CoDA & Codifi Inc.: A Story of Passion and Commitment
To break the spell of seeing and knowing Alcatraz as only a scary old prison, notorious for housing some of America’s most famous gangsters, the National Parks Service has teamed up with local Bay Area elementary and middle schools to dig up the past to get students to know and appreciate the real history of the park.
Life and persistence in Southern Vanuatu
Hello, this is us now. And this is our history that we never really told. Thanks to all our friends and supporters, and all the communities that believe in our commitment, we can do what we love and always, always, love what we do.
Between the painted caves of France
Southern Vanuatu Mission Archaeology
James Flexner documents Christian mission sites and Melanesian features across the landscape of islands Tanna and Erromango through this multilingual archive and curriculum portal.
Who's on the Other Side of the Screen?
Between the Caves
By harmonizing over 20 years of archaeological survey data, Dr. Margaret Conkey uncovers the stories of Humans and Neanderthals living between the painted caves of France during the last ice age.
Digital Museum Collections
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.
This Digital Museum Collections Syllabus and course was conceived as a “museum internship” and a collaboration between CoDA, the Hearst Museum of Anthropology at UC Berkeley (Hearst), and the Near Eastern Studies Department of UC Berkeley (NES). The goal of the course was to provide students with best practice workflow and skills to classify, describe, and digitally document archaeological and museum collections for improved access and long-term preservation.
Stories from the eastern front in WWI
CoDA, W.F. Albright Institute, and Codifi Inc. 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...
Moana: Folklore Goes Digital and Worldwide
Views of an Antique Land
Dr. Stephen Mills and Dr. Paul Nicholson of the University of Wales, Cardiff digitized hundreds of postcards, objects, and recorded stories sent back to loved ones from soldiers in the First Great War.
Small Places and Big Histories: Palehua, Hawai'i
For the ancient Polynesians, folklore was shared by word of mouth, today the most popular platform for telling stories are movies.
Who owns the past? Cultural Heritage in the Digital Age (4 Units)
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.
A cross-disciplinary exploration of Cultural Heritage in the Digital Age on a global and local scale.