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Hi internet! Any day that we get to use power tools is a good day

by Heather Buettner Hi internet! My name is Heather, I am a senior and anthropology student at VCU focusing in medical and forensic anthropology. I chose to do the internship with the Virtual Curation Lab (VCL) initially just because it was on campus and had extremely flexible hours which worked well with my full time … Continue reading

How 3D Printed Artifact Replicas Help Teach

by Jason Kramer, Intern When I first started my journey to become an archaeologist at the Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU), I thought of archaeology as 2-D. If you dig the artifacts, someone will display them. As my college career continued I quickly realized that there is a lot more to the field of archaeology than … Continue reading

Virtual Curation Lab REAL Poster

By Bernard K. Means I created this poster for an event for Virginia Commonwealth University’s REAL (Relevant, Experiential and Applied Learning) initiative. We’ve been doing REAL work in the Virtual Curation Laboratory for over eight years now, even if our real work includes virtual things.  

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