Laboratories for Digital Archaeology
- The Digital Archaeology research group manages two computer laboratories with different purposes: the teaching lab (F1.01) and the research lab (A1.13a).
- The teaching lab is available to students when no courses are being taught. The research lab is available to staff members and graduate students during office hours on weekdays for using specialized hardware and software.
2333 CC Leiden
- Milco Wansleeben
Teaching Lab / Computer Classroom (F1.01)
This classroom is intended for archaeology students. During most of the weekdays courses on different computer applications in archaeology will be given here. Course subjects range from databases and statistics to GIS and 3D modelling. All undergraduate students follow a number of courses in computer applications, both in theory and practice. Employers nowadays expect archaeology graduates to be able to collect, analyse and present archaeological data in digital form. These computer skills are an important and compulsory part of the BA curriculum. The software installed on these computers includes a number of applications specific to digital archaeology.
The room is open on all weekdays during office hours. As long as there are no courses going on, the room is available for students. Further facilities are provided in room C0.06 where a few general purpose computer are located. The software on these computers also includes the digital archaeology toolkit.
Research Lab (A1.13a)
The Digital Archaeology Lab is located in room A1.13A of the Van Steenis building. Usage is open to all staff (all keys work on the door) and students (you can get access through their supervisors or the reception. Computers should be reserved in advance through the forms listed below. For some computers students of Digital Archaeology have priority.
Leaving any data on the computers after the reserved timeslot is at your own responsibility, so be aware to make backups. Also, do not not leave personal data or sensitive research data!