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2014 Year-End Review Addendum: The Importance of Internships and Parternships

by Bernard K. Means, Director The Virtual Curation Laboratory (VCL) depends on undergraduate Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) students for the wide range of activities that take place, from scanning of artifacts, through editing of digital files, and finally the printing and painting of replicas for education, outreach, and research.  These students also have the opportunity … Continue reading

A Year in Review for the the Virtual Curation Laboratory: 2014 Edition

by Bernard K. Means, Director Well, 2014 was quite the busy year. We scanned, presented, conducted workshops, or did public outreach at 26 different locations. George Washington’s Ferry Farm and Jamestown Rediscovery each saw 11 different visits from the Virtual Curation Laboratory, followed closely by the Virginia Museum of Natural History at 9 visits. We … Continue reading

Stop the Presses! 3D Archaeology at Jamestown

by Bernard K. Means, Director The Virtual Curation Laboratory has had a bit of press this past year, with the latest news report coming from the December 26, 2014, Williamsburg Yorktown Daily, highlighting are public archaeology work with Jamestown Rediscovery: Jamestown Unearthed: 3-D Technology Brings Artifacts to Life, by Gregory Connolly. Below are a few pictures … Continue reading

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