In order to create and refine library services and resources to support the faculty of the New American University, it is imperative that we in the libraries have a clear understanding of their research process.
In part two Dr. Keith Kintigh the associate director of the School of Human Evolution and Social Change show the evolution and history intellectual threads and activities of his work that have gotten including archaeological fieldwork, southwest biocomplexity, the development of quantitative and formal methods, his involvement with the Society for American Archaeology, and tDAR – The Digital Archaeological Record. Keith will also talk about needs for broad-based information infrastructure and his collaboration with the library and how this relationship forms new analogies.
The program concludes with questions from the audience and closing remarks by Associate University Librarian Dr. John Howard. Dr. Howard discusses what this exciting research at ASU means to the library in capturing dynamic scholarly research, maintaining them over time and making research available to diverse communities.
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|Dr. Keith Kintigh is the associate director of the School of Human Evolution and Social Change. Dr. Kintigh’s career-long commitment to understanding political organization in middle-range societies has focused on the Cíbola area along the Arizona-New Mexico border near Zuni Pueblo. Kintigh’s other major research focus has been on the development and application of quantitative methods in archaeology.
Part 1 features Dr. Jane Maienschein discussing The Embryo Project and its partnership with the ASU Knowledge Network.
Running Time 44:30