A February 15th deadline approaches for applications to The Institute on Digital Archaeology Method & Practice at Michigan State.
Funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities and organized by Michigan State University’s Department of Anthropology and MATRIX: The Center for Digital Humanities and Social Sciences, the Institute on Digital Archaeology Method & Practice will bring together archaeologists and closely associated scholars interested in developing critical, hands-on skills in digital method and practice. Taking place on the campus of Michigan State University in 2015 (August 17-22) & 2016 (August 15-20), the institute will provide invited participants with training in key digital methods and challenge them to envision, build, and deploy a digital archaeological project over the course of the institute.
My favorite part is this:
The institute will also challenge invited attendees to envision, build, and launch a significant digital archaeological project by the end of the institute.
Building is easy. Launching is hard.