Community Matters: Enhancing Student Learning Opportunities through the Development of Community Partnerships
This collection contains the abstracts of the papers presented in the session entitled "Community Matters: Enhancing Student Learning Opportunities through the Development of Community Partnerships," at the 84th annual meeting of the Society for American Archaeology.
Pima Community College's (PCC’s) Centre for Archaeological Field Training actively develops community partnerships to support student success and enhance student learning opportunities. Undergraduate archaeology students traditionally have few opportunities to gain meaningful archaeological field and/or research experience while pursuing academic goals such as degrees or certificates. Through mutually beneficial community partnerships, students can participate in a wide variety of local and international projects which provide unique educational opportunities and invaluable field and research experience. This poster session discusses PCC’s Community Partnership Program and highlights eight recent projects undertaken by PCC archaeology staff and students as a part of the program.
New Mexico (State / Territory) • Oklahoma (State / Territory) • Arizona (State / Territory) • Texas (State / Territory) • Sonora (State / Territory) • United States of America (Country) • Chihuahua (State / Territory) • Baja California (State / Territory) • North America (Continent) • USA (Country)
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100 Years Later: Georeferencing Early Maps and Present Day Field Work at the Site of Nuri, Sudan (2019)
Challenges and Successes of Mapping Royal Tombs and a Newly Discovered Mound Feature Using a Total Station at Nuri, Sudan (2019)
Community Matters: Enhancing Student Learning Opportunities through the Development of Community Partnerships (2019)
The Point of the Project: Analysis of Projectile Point Data in the Burro Creek/Pine Creek Wilderness (2019)
Prehistoric Land Use in the Upper San Simon Valley and Chiricahua Mountains: A View from the Finley and Sally Richards Projectile Point Collection (2019)