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DATAM: Digital Approaches to Teaching the Ancient Mediterranean provides a series of new critical studies that explore digital practices for teaching the Ancient Mediterranean world at a wide range of institutions and levels. These practical examples demonstrate how gaming, coding, immersive video, and 3D imaging can bridge the disciplinary and digital divide between the Ancient world and contemporary technology, information literacy, and student engagement. While the articles focus on Classics, Ancient History, and Mediterranean archaeology, the issues and approaches considered throughout this book are relevant for anyone who thinks critically and practically about the use of digital technology in the college level classroom.
DATAM features contributions from Sebastian Heath, Lisl Walsh, David Ratzan, Patrick Burns, Sandra Blakely, Eric Poehler, William Caraher, Marie-Claire Beaulieu and Anthony Bucci as well as a critical introduction by Shawn Graham and preface by Society of Classical Studies Executive Director Helen Cullyer.
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Archaeology--Computer network resources--Congresses, History, Ancient--Computer network resources--Congresses, Archaeology--Data processing--Congresses, Archaeology--Information technology--Congresses, Archaeology--Study and teaching--Congresses.
New York University. Institute for the Study of the Ancient World.
Heath, Sebastian, "DATAM: Digital Approaches to Teaching the Ancient Mediterranean" (2020). Digital Press Books. 16.
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