Introduction to construction engineering for archaeologists

Course description

This course presents an introduction to construction engineering for professional archaeologists who will work alongside engineers.

This is a self-paced learning from didactic material available online on website. There is neither control and tracking on training activity nor human support for learners.

Estimated time for completion of the work with the interactive e-learning course is ca. 2-3 hours.



Course structure

Introduction to construction engineering for archaeologists
Contractual issues
Technological aspects
Health, safety and environment protection
Running the construction investment project
Importance of archaeologists and engineers co-operation
Engineering Works in a Historic Landscape Context
Urban (brown field) - Poland
Best practice Norway - Marine
Turkey - Subterranean
Provider Adam Mickiewicz University
Training mode Open access online course
Target group Field archaeologists and students of archaeology
Difficulty Beginner
Language English
Authors David Dibb-Fuller, Cuneyt Dilsiz, Altan Dizdar, Sidsel Jerkoe, Inger Karlberg, S. Gumrah Kosgeroglu, Cem Koc, Andrzej Minasowicz, Paweł Nowak, Elif Ozer, Selcuk Toprak
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