Propedeuse (first year) Archaeology obtained.
This course teaches insight into the application of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in archaeological fieldwork and analyses. The new research methods made possible by this technology will be the centre of this course.
- Gaining insight into the way in which Geographic Information Systems (GIS) are currently used in archaeology. Both technical aspects as their applications will be discussed;
- Learning how to manage and analyse spatial archaeological data;
- Ability to make simple (distribution) maps in GIS for one’s own research.
Course schedule details can be found in the bachelor 2 time schedule
Mode of instruction
- Practical sessions.
The course load will be distributed as follows:
- 14 hours of lectures;
- 36 hours of practical sessions;
- 140 pages of literature;
- Written exam.
You will only get the exam result if you have attended all the practical sessions, and the final practical assignments have been submitted through BlackBoard.
All exam dates (exams, re-sits, paper deadlines etc.) can be found in the examination schedule.
J. James Conolly & M. Lake, Geographical Information Systems in Archaeology. Cambridge University Press (2006).
Registration for the course is not necessary, registration for the exam is mandatory. For instructions, see the Registration in uSis page.
For more information about this course, please contact drs. W.N.H. Laan.
Compulsory attendance at practical sessions.