Jamie Cameron uses 3D imaging to support learning through the online education platform 'Cabinet'.Email: email@example.com
Jamie’s research interests include the digitisation of cultural heritage and 3D imaging, particularly photogrammetry. He has also published archaeological studies using radiocarbon dating and stable isotope geochemistry.
He began working at the OII in late 2015 as a Research Assistant for the project ‘Between Text and Object: Digital Transformation of Teaching through Objects’. Funded by the IT Innovation Seed Fund, the project is developing an online teaching platform – Cabinet – to improve accessibility to museum objects, art and monuments. Jamie is responsible for producing the platform’s 3D models.
2014 BA Archaeology and Anthropology (First Class), University of Cambridge
2015 MSc Archaeological Science, University of Oxford
Online Education, 3D imaging, digitisation of cultural heritage, photogrammetry, archaeological science, radiocarbon dating.
Position held at the OII
- Research Assistant, December 2015 –
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Participants: Dr Kathryn Eccles, Dr Giovanna Vitelli, Professor Howard Hotson, Dr Silke Ackermann, Jamie Cameron
This project will develop and test a digital platform to support the integration of museum and library collections into Oxford’s world-class teaching.
- (2014) "Beyond Feasting: Consumption and Life-style amongst the Invisible Etruscans" In: Living in the Landscape: Essays in Honour of Graeme Barker Boyle, K., Rabett, R.J. and Hunt, C.O. (eds.)McDonald Institute Monographs. Cambridge: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, University of Cambridge. 257-266.
- (2017) "Scientific Analysis of a Preserved Head of Hair at Romsey Abbey, UK", Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports. 13 265-271.
- (2017) "Investigation of a Medieval Pilgrim Burial Excavated from the Leprosarium of St Mary Magdalen Winchester, UK.", PLoS neglected tropical diseases. 11 (1) e0005186.
22 June 2017
The OII picked up prizes at Oxford's 2017 OxTALENT awards, which recognise members of the University who have made innovative use of digital technology.
OxCrowd: From Tags to Tools: Using crowdsourcing to understand and encourage engagement with cultural heritage
6 June 2017
The Oxford Internet Institute is excited to have Kathryn Eccles and Jamie Cameron give the second OxCrowd talk of the term 'From Tags to Tools: Using crowdsourcing to understand and encourage engagement with cultural heritage'.