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Between Dirt and Digital: Finding New Ways to Record Old Stuff! (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Shane Sparks. Melissa Cascella.

In this day and age, technology is advancing by leaps and bounds on a daily basis. In some cases, these advances can be incorporated into common or repetitive archaeological methods to improve efficiency, accuracy, and, in some cases, sanity. This poster will present the explorations of two archaeologists, who also have GIS experience, into several new technological advances that have the potential to be used in archaeological contexts. Explorations will include a look at hand-held devices...

Utilizing Tablets for Mobile Data Recording in a CRM Context (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Corey Hartley. Lap Kwan Tang.

This poster session illustrates the effective utilization of tablet computers in archaeology using a cultural resource management (CRM) case-study. CRM in British Columbia requires rapid turn-around times between site identification, investigation, reporting, and project development. This dynamic makes tablets ideal for generating complex datasets from archaeological sites in short periods of time. Digital data can be imported into GIS or database management systems immediately, without...