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Fayetteville, Arkansas
New Methods for Old Material: Digital Archaeology in Arkansas

Since 2008, the NEH has consistently supported the development of digital archaeology programs at the University of Arkansas. The NEH provided significant contributions to the development of the CORONA Atlas, an online digital archaeological atlas that makes it possible to locate Old World archaeological sites using declassified Cold War satellite images. In addition to the CORONA Atlas, the NEH and the University of Arkansas have partnered to train new archaeologists in digital methods and to create academic standards for digital archaeology. Both of these efforts foster the next wave of innovative digital projects.

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