Monthly Archives: April 2008

Emerging Cypriot Now Complete

The final episode of Emerging Cypriot, PKAP’s 2nd documentary, is now available for viewing on-line. This episode, "A Note about Survey," is the most unusual of all our archaeological shorts – it is the most light-hearted short, and serves to … Continue reading

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GIS/GPS

Today was a day devoted to GIS/GPS. I started my day with a phone conversation with Bill about our GIS plans for the summer. We made some decisions about computer and software needs. Our biggest decision (in my mind) was … Continue reading

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IUP winding down, PKAP starting up

Sorry for the break in posting, but the end of the semester is always a very busy time. The end of the spring semester also signals for me a change from IUP focus to PKAP focus. My committees are finished … Continue reading

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Orders, Orders, Orders

I have been putting off ordering the majority of the PKAP supplies until we finalized our list and some of my funds came through. Well, this happened yesterday so for the last 24 hours I have been ordering, ordering, ordering. … Continue reading

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Episode 12

Episode 12 of Emerging Cypriot, "Sightseeing," is now available for viewing on-line. This archaeological short deals with one aspect of our attempt at being a field school, taking students to visit other archaeological sites on the island. On one hand, … Continue reading

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Harry Potter Internet Trial

For a change of pace (and because today was very busy), I thought I would suggest that if you get a chance, you should read the CNN article  by Sunny Hostin entitled "Harry Potter case brings the law into the … Continue reading

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A Good Day

Today was a pretty good day for a Monday. All of my classes are working on presentations or projects so I have a little more free time. My first project after class today was to practice some more with the … Continue reading

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