Please see below the first two Occasional Master Classes in Archaeology and Heritage Management for Semester 2, 2016.

Each year, the Archaeology Department coordinates a series of specialist masters classes. These classes are intended as a supplement to formal topics, offering students the chance to learn about specialist topics that they may not ordinarily have much exposure to. The series is occasional and reflects the availability of specialist speakers throughout the semester, so there will be weeks where there are no classes scheduled. All Graduate students are welcome to attend these classes, while some are also available to Undergraduates. Enrolments are essential.

Certificates of completion will be provided to all participants. These will be emailed to students who attended the week after the class in question.

If you have feedback about classes, or want to suggest a topic for a future class, please email Dr Mick Morrison.

Contacts:

Series Coordinator: mick.morrison@flinders.edu.au

Administration: archaeology.mastersclass@flinders.edu.au

Please Note:

1. Enrolments close two days prior to the advertised class time;

2. Classes are subject to change at short notice (e.g. time, room location). Please check your email the day before any class to ensure that you have the most up to date information;

3. Please notify us if you are enrolled but are unable to attend. Please provide at least 24 hours notice so that we can make your place available to other students. If you do not do this you may be excluded from the next two (2) classes, except where there is a genuine emergency. Please see below the first two master classes for Semester 2, 2016. Please use the “sign up here” links to register for classes.

 

Please use the “sign up here” links to register for classes.

 

 Archives 101 (and where to find stuff!) – 2 September 2016
by Bas De Groot, Manager – Flinders University Records
Undergraduate students welcome

The talk will deal with the following issues:

  • What are archives (and what are they not)?
  • The role of archives in society.
  • How are archives organised (archival principals)?
  • So what’s in it for me?

Students will be able to talk directly with an archivist to glean inside knowledge and understand what are the Flinders University Archives
During the talk Bas will also make use of the websites of a few Archives and Trove.

Location: Flinders Campus, Humanities 112 (Archaeology Teaching Lab)
Date:  Friday 2nd September 2016
Time:  10am-12pm
Costs: There is no cost.
Equipment: Nil
Contact person: Mick Morrison

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See the details of previous Master Classes