|Classroom work on the use of the iPads for collecting Excavation|
and Feature Level Record data
Some of the benefits of using the iPads include the ability to add the research design and field school manual as files to the iPads so they are readily accessible. We also provided these to the students in hard copy and we will track whether the hard copy versions are used for convenience or if the students make more use of the digital reference versions. We also instructed the students in the use of the digital photo capabilities of the iPad and have developed a digital photo log sheet to track images for each iPad. Each iPad is given a unique identifier and files will be tracked for each iPad. Each iPad will be assigned to a set of excavation units and they will stay with the excavation blocks to assist in coordination and tracking of the equipment and forms.
|Dr. Bob Cromwell talks about ceramics identification in the Classroom.|
|Volunteer Lee Pisarek demonstrates the manufacturing steps in making a|
wrought nail in the blacksmith shop at Fort Vancouver.