1550 Oak St.
What is digital archeology? Come to this talk and find out. The Center for Digital Archeology in San Rafael says it works to make human history accessible to everyone, using technology.
“We nurture new generations of forward-looking professionals to help preserve archaeology and make human history more accessible and engaging; we educate communities to appreciate the world’s heritage, by using technology as the catalyst,” the organization’s website says.
On Feb. 3, Michael Ashley, director of technology for the Center for Digital Archeology, will provide an update on the field. This free talk is sponsored by the Alameda Free Library in collaboration with Wonderfest.org, a nonprofit that supports science, and Friends of the Alameda Free Library. It will be at the Alameda Main Library, 1550 Oak St., from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.