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Lectures and laboratory practicals will provide experience in the techniques used to process and analyse archaeological artefacts and samples. We will introduce analytical basics for lithic, ceramic, faunal and historic artefact analysis as well as techniques for conserving, cataloguing and curating archaeological collections. This course also introduces practical skills required to obtain employment and placement in an archaeological workplace through practical exercises in writing CVs, job cover letters and job interview skills.
|Session||Second Sub Session||Credit Points||15 credits (7.5 ECTS credits)|
This is a distance learning course. Students learn from home using a combination of pre-recorded podcast-style lectures and practical workshops/data analysis exercises.
As this course is offered via both distance learning and on-campus study, distance-learning students can choose to attend practical workshops or will be assigned alternative computer-based data analysis practical exercises