"What Skills Do I Need to Get and Keep a Job in Archaeology?”The SAA Archaeological Record (2006)
The SAA Committee on Curriculum was established in 2003 to foster the implementation of the principles outlined in Teaching Archaeology in the Twenty-first Century: (1) stewardship, (2) diverse interests, (3) social relevance, (4) ethics and values, (5) written and oral communication, (6) baisc archaeological skills, and (7) real-world problem-solving (http://www.saa.org/aboutsaa/committees/curriculum/principles.html. Our committee supplements the important work of the SAA Task Force on Curriculum, which began the M.A.T.R.I.X. Project and developed a number of syllabi for undergraduate courses that actively incorporate these seven principles (http://www.indiana.edu/~arch/saa/matrix/homepage.html).
Publication DateMay, 2006
Citation InformationPei-Lin Yu, Barbara Mills and Anna Neuzil. ""What Skills Do I Need to Get and Keep a Job in Archaeology?”" The SAA Archaeological Record Vol. 6 Iss. 3 (2006)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/pei-lin_yu/6/