UNESCO, cats, children and breaking reality: the Faculty of Archaeology is working from home
And suddenly, the whole Faculty is working from home. This creates new challenges, a new way of planning, and a new way of working together. We asked some staff members to tell us more about what they are currently working on.
Mark Driessen is working on a UNESCO publication on Roman military installations in Jordan and southern Israel. For this, he is currently retrieving all the GPS-locations of the sites. This is his set up!
Marten Jesse Pot
Where there is crisis, there is communications. And where there is communciations, there is... a potential cat-astrophe? Marten Jesse's work is currently hampered by the constant stalking by his cat Crema. Social distancing indeed...
Trying to figure out the new online teaching platform Kaltura, Aris and Angus might have accidentally broken reality!
Femke Tomas is video-calling with the Board of Examiners on the new style of assessments, working on Applied Archaeology, and home schooling three kids. As she puts it: 'Definitely really challenging!!'
Working from home with company! Very cosy, but sometimes hard to combine. Getting used to the digital meetings is improving by the day.