So for the Day 6 Christmas Countdown I thought I would return to my segment on prehistoric Track-ways, with another one that is close to where I live - The Harrow Way. The Harrow Way, or Old Way, is a ancient track-way in the south of England that runs from Seaton in Devon to Dover … Continue reading Christmas Countdown Day 6 – Prehistoric Track-ways: The Harroway
So recently I have been looking through the Google play store and I thought to myself "Hey! I wonder if there are any Archaeology (or maybe some museum) games". I was very pleased to see so many, but the closer I looked the more I despaired... Now, I will say this, there are some useful … Continue reading Christmas Countdown 1 – Phone apps and games!
Hello everyone, So anyone who follows me on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram, has been treated to my very bad drawings recently (part deliberately bad, and part I just cannot draw). Not sure why I decided to start drawing... I guess it is because I have been watching a lot of YouTube recently, specifically around animation … Continue reading Works in progress – Archie’s Adventures in Archaeology
In this post I just wanted to share what will be coming up on the blog this September. Firstly, as some of you may know, I ran a poll on the Facebook page to determine name of my new series of short articles scoring various technical aspects of archaeology. The results are in and the … Continue reading Update and poll results
Entrance to the Iron Age at Andover Museum and Museum of the Iron Age. Andover Museum's Round House Round house 2. So today I have been playing some Panoramic Capture software, sorry about the slightly dodgy quality. I am hoping to do more of this sort of thing, as well as virtual tours. I would … Continue reading Playing with Panoramic Software
Transcript Welcome to Coffee Break Archaeology's first vlog! This is really just a test of doing a vlog to see how it goes. It has been a hectic week back at work after my Scottish holiday, and those blogs the places of where I visited are on their way. They just need a little polishing … Continue reading My First VLOG
So I am still playing with the Scratch Programming Language as part of the Future Learning MOOC "Teching Programming in Primary Schools" by the Raspberry Pi Foundation. I am currently working on a Prehisotry Quiz sutiable for Year 3 (Key Stage 2). Here is the work in progress so far... You can check ou the … Continue reading Scratch Projects – Prehistory Quiz