School of History, Classics & Archaeology

GPS in archaeological survey and recording

Aimed at those with little prior knowledge of GPS (geographical positioning system), this event provides an introduction to the basic uses and applications of GPS in archaeological survey.

Following an introductory talk and discussion of GPS applications in archaeology, there will be an interactive outdoor session in the Meadows explaining some basic functions of hand-held GPS devices.

Date & time: 16th of Feb, 10-1
Audience: Priority given to Archaeology MSc and undergraduate students
Cost: Free
Booking information: Booking is now open! Please book through the link below.
Additional information: Please be aware part of this event will take place outside. Please dress warmly and wear sensible shoes.
Accessibility: The event will involve at least one hour of outdoor activities for which physical mobility will be required.
Location: Room G.12, William Robertson Wing

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