Elizabeth Bollwerk appointed to Museums Computer Network Board

DAACS Analyst Beth Bollwerk recently attended the Museum Computer Network (MCN) conference, held in Minneapolis November 4-7 where her appointment to the MCN Board of Directors for a three-year stint was announced (http://mcn.edu/welcome-to-the-board/). The conference provides a collaborative environment for cultural heritage professionals who seek to advance digital practice in our sector. Among other goals,… Read more »

Apply for a DAACS Fellowship. Deadline: November 1, 2016

SHORT-TERM FELLOWSHIPS AND TRAVEL GRANTS FOR THE DIGITAL ARCHAEOLOGICAL ARCHIVE OF COMPARATIVE SLAVERY The Thomas Jefferson Foundation, which owns and operates Thomas Jefferson’s historic home at Monticello, is pleased to announce a program of short-term residential fellowships and travel grants at its International Center for Jefferson Studies open to all scholars working on Jefferson projects.  … Read more »

DAACS awarded NEH Grant for Analysis of The First Hermitage Sites

Monticello Archaeologists Awarded NEH Grant to Share Research Online MONTICELLO, CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA—The National Endowment for the Humanities recently announced that they will provide a $300,000, three-year grant to enable archaeologists at Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello to complete Beyond the Mansion 2.0., an innovative, web-based collaboration with The Hermitage. Beyond the Mansion 2.0 will make thirty years… Read more »