Internet Archaeology has many articles on computing, images and archaeology.
An annotated bibliography on the use of IT to support teaching in the humanities is available online (from the ASTER project).
Avgerinou, M. and Ericson, J. 1997 'A review of the concept of visual literacy', British Journal of Educational Technology 28 (4), 280-91.
Bateman, J. 2000 'Immediate realities: an anthropology of computer visualisation in archaeology', Internet Archaeology 8. Available: http://intarch.ac.uk/journal/issue8/bateman_toc.html
Callebaut, D. and Sunderland, J. 1998 'Ename: new technologies perpetuate the past'. Museum International 50 (2). 50-54.
Campbell, E. 1995 'The development of a CAL multimedia tutorial system for archaeology undergraduate teaching', in J. Wilcock and K. Lockyear (eds) Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology 1993. BAR International Series S598, 217-20. Oxford.
Devine, J. and Welland, R. 2000 'Cultural computing: exploiting interactive digital media', Museum International 52 (1), 32-35.
Edmonds, M. and McElearney, G. 1999 'Inhabitation and access: landscape and the Internet at Gardom's Edge', Internet Archaeology 6. Available: http://intarch.ac.uk/journal/issue6/edmonds_toc.html
Eiteljorg, H. 2000 'The compelling computer image: a double-edged sword', Internet Archaeology 8. Available: http://intarch.ac.uk/journal/issue8/eiteljorg_toc.html
Hodder, I. (ed.) 2000 Towards Reflexive Method in Archaeology: The Example at Çatalhöyük. Cambridge. McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research and British Institute of Archaeology at Ankara.
Huggett, J.W. 1995 'A computer-based turorial workbench', in J. Wilcock and K. Lockyear (eds) Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology 1993. BAR International Series S598, 221-24. Oxford.
LTDI 1998 Evaluation Cookbook. Edinburgh. Learning Technology Dissemination Initiative. Available: http://www.icbl.hw.ac.uk/ltdi/cookbook/ Accessed: 20 June 2002
Malone, C., Baxter, M. and Stone, P. 2000 'Introduction to special section "Education in archaeology"', Antiquity 74, 283.
Martlew, R. 1991 'Every picture tells a story: "The Archaeology Disc" and its implications', in K. Lockyear and S. Rahtz (eds) Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology 1990. BAR International Series S565, 15-19. Oxford.
Martlew, R. 1995 'Deus ex machina: studying archaeology by computer', in J. Wilcock and K. Lockyear (eds) Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology 1993. BAR International Series S598, 225-28. Oxford.
Molyneaux, B.L. (ed.) 1997 The Cultural Life of Images: Visual Representation in Archaeology. London and New York.
Riding, R. and Rayner, S. 1998 Cognitive Styles and Learning Strategies. London.
Spector, J.D. 1991 'What this awl means: towards a feminist archaeology', in J.M. Gero and M.W. Conkey (eds) Engendering Archaeology: Women and Prehistory. Oxford. 388-406.
Swogger, J.G. 1999 'Archaeological illustration', in Çatalhöyük 1999 Archive Report. Çatalhöyük Research Project. Available: http://catal.arch.cam.ac.uk/catal/Archive_rep99/swogger99.html Accessed: 20 June 2002
Szabo, M., DeMelo, H.T. and Dwyer, F.M. 1981 'Visual testing visual literacy's second dimension', Educational Communcation and Technology Journal 29, 177-87. Available: via http://www.quasar.ualberta.ca/IT/research/Szabo/poon-ally.html Accessed: 20 June 2002
Tilley, C., Hamilton, S. and Bender, B. 2000 'Art and the re-presentation of the past', The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 6 (1), 35-62.
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