Review best means of integrating new technologies with existing CRM practices as they relate to the documentation, preservation, and/or creative mitigation of cultural resources. Learn about the use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs or drones), digital documentation (photogrammetry), and virtual reality (new media methods). Discuss ways to integrate these technologies with more familiar forms of technology, such as geographic information systems (GIS), and explore how information gathered can be used for public outreach.
This seminar is offered in conjunction with ArcGIS for Cultural Resources: An Introduction and ArcGIS for Cultural Resources: Advanced Techniques.
Luke J. Pecoraro, Ph.D., director of Curatorial Services, Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation; former director of Archaeology, George Washington’s Mount Vernon, and staff archaeologist with the Association for the Preservation of Virginia Antiquities Jamestown Rediscovery project; past experience teaching on the university level and in cultural resource management
Beginner and intermediate CRM practitioners, including technical experts and managers, archaeologists, architectural historians, cultural and natural resource managers, GIS practitioners, landscape architects, planners, preservation architects, and tribal officials.
"Provided a good starting point for exploring the technology presented."
"Excellent materials—learned about software I'd never even heard of before."
"Lot of good content! Good for generating ideas for mitigation."
"I was excited to learn about emerging tools, very helpful and applicable."
"I liked hearing about many techniques I didn't know about; I can see using many of these in my work."
"It was a good refresher/introduction to some of the useful technologies."
Locations and Dates
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- Atlanta, GA
November 20, 2020 cancelled due to COVID-19
offered in conjunction with
ArcGIS for Cultural Resources: An Introduction
ArcGIS for Cultural Resources: Advanced Techniques
in cooperation with the
Georgia Department of Natural Resources,
Historic Preservation Division, and
the Georgia Department of Transportation,
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Cost (see Register for more information)
$300 (6-week advance registration); $350 (regular registration)
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