Sunday, April 13, 2014

IfA Conference Scotland 2014 including adventures


The Institute for Archaeologist's 2014 national conference at Scotland was a resounding success: well attended, creating lots of useful discussion, and bang on good fun!

Myself and my supervisor ran a 3-hour CPD workshop session on Social Media, tailored for those working in archaeology. I will put all the outputs from this online for anyone to view. If you have any ideas get in touch and I can add them to the resources page here:
IfA CPD workshop - Social Media
And the HEA-funded workshop on Health and Safety midweek was fantastic too - lots of decisions and ideas for work to be undertaken - and, best of all, engaging in useful dialogue across sectors.
Students and professionals in dialogue at Health and Safety session (HEA-funded)


We also went on a few rambling walking adventures around the city, discovering the necropolis and the Russian kinetic theatre.

Could you get any more Scottish than this?

Sounds and all!

Russian kinetic sculptures

I have library envy

Huntarian gold exhibition

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