Class lecture

I gave a class lecture in Dr. Goldstein’s honors section of Introduction to Archaeology yesterday, since she wasn’t able to be in class. I presented a bit on Campus Archaeology, and our project from this past spring at Faculty Row. It was the first day, so I had to do a little bit of introduction and cover some basic definitions. I only talked for about 30-40 minutes, and used a powerpoint that included a lot of photos taken by my sister, Kim (a budding professional photographer, check out her work), as well as some photos from the field taken by Lynne and Chris Stawski. I tried to use some of the advice given by Garr Renyolds in his book Presentation Zen, and I think it turned out pretty well. You can view it below: