PKapp, an app designed for archaeology

This year, Messiah college students and faculty have been using an app tailored to collect data related to our excavations at the Hellenistic site of Pyla-Vigla. Our app designer, Dr. Sam Fee, has introduced the app in his first blog post at the Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project blog. He promises additional posts in the next couple of weeks on project design, user interface, technical challenges, and lessons learned.

As he posts more about the app, I’ll chime in about our experiences using the app in the field. Stay tuned.

 

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