International summer school "Predictivity and Archaeology"
May 10th-16th, Grosseto (Italy)
The summer school focuses one of the hottest topics among archaeologists: the making and reliability of predictive modelling. Some among the most active scholars in the field from all over the world will teach in English for seven days full time. Students will be intriduced the general theories and methods. After, they will take part into a daily laboratory activity with teachers and tutors to practice and experiment the procedures. A verification survey will complete the teaching programme. At the end the students will show the results of their projects in a public session.
Students will have a moodle platform for e-learning with teaching aids, tutorials, literature.
Prof. Carlo Citter, University of Siena, Dept. of Cultural Heritage
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