In conjunction with a recently-launched 2-year study of user experience in digital heritage, the Alexandria Archive Institute has launched a new blog, Heritage Bytes. Heritage Bytes provides a space for discussion of specific strategies and methods to enhance access to, and usability of, primary archaeological research content. The blog will provide frequent reports on observations and learnings that result from this study, which is funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities and led by the AAI and the ISD Program at the School of Information at UC Berkeley. It will also review related efforts and provide interviews with project participants and others engaged in the digital humanities. Anyone interested in contributing to this blog, please contact us.
Wednesday, February 11, 2009
New Blog: Heritage Bytes
The Alexandria Archive Institute has just announced a new blog: