Innovation festival 2022
CIfA is delighted to confirm that our third festival celebrating innovation in archaeology will be held on 10 - 14 October 2022 as a continuing annual event!
The historic environment is rich and diverse benefiting from a wide variety of specialisms. Collaborations spanning academic, community-led and developer-funded archaeological research provide fascinating insights to our collective past often with the help of new/adapted ‘innovative’ approaches.
The innovation festival will provide the opportunity to showcase and celebrate the innovative practices and approaches being undertaken across the historic environment sector, whilst tabling for wider discussion some of the identified barriers and challenges to implementing innovation in archaeological research. This week-long virtual festival will comprise a mix of short sessions each day including presentations, workshops, opportunities for open discussion, CPD and knowledge transfer. Click here to take a look at some of the session recordings from our January Innovation festival.
*STUDENT OFFER FOR NON-MEMBERS*
If you're a student but not a CIfA member we have a great offer for you! Register for the festival as a non-member for £25.00 and get free CIfA student membership until the end of the current registration period (31 March 2023). This will give you 6 months of access to lot's of resources and CPD opportunities, for example, e-Learning modules, event recordings and our catalogue of The Archaeologist magazines. In addition you will also be able to benefit from member rates when booking future events. If you're interested, register as a non-member for the event and then email Jen (firstname.lastname@example.org) with your details and your membership will be processed.
Dragon's Test Pit - CIfA Early Careers Group
|AI futures in the heritage sector
Achieving net zero: where do we start?
Innovative methodologies in fieldwork, assessment & evaluation (Part 1)
|CIfA AGM 1pm
Archaeology for everyone: engaging new audiences
|Launch of Archwilio - the HER of the four Welsh Archaeological Trusts
Introducing the CIfA's new Toolkit for finds reporting: Roman coinage - 2pm-2:45pm
Launch of the Historic England Open Data Hub - 3:15pm-4:05pm
The archaeology of salt making - the location of sites, how salt is made and relationships to coastal changes
Innovative methodologies (Part 2)
Tea break - what are the barriers to innovation and how can they be overcome?