WRoCAH Masterclass on Access databases offered by Sheffield Archaeology

Last month, members of Sheffield Archaeology’s archaeobotany team held a masterclass for PhD students funded by the White Rose College of Arts and Humanities (WRoCAH).

The masterclass was an Introduction of Databases in Access and it was run by Dr Catherine Longford, Post-Doctoral Research Associate in Archaeobotany, Dr Marta Tenconi, Marie Curie Intra-European Fellow, and Research Fellow Dr Michael Wallace.

The event was attended by PhD students from across the WRoCAH consortium, Sheffield, Leeds and York Universities. The attendees represented the varied disciplines of Archaeology, History, Geography, English, Media and Communication, and Performance and Cultural Industries.