Kiosk is a tablet-based recording software and data management package being developed at Brown University for documenting archaeological work, both excavation and survey. Open-source, highly customizable, running without access to the internet, and still growing, Kiosk is currently utilized by projects from Peru to Cyprus to the Archaeology of College Hill. The software is available for use for any Brown-affiliated project, including those run by graduate students, and there are also opportunities for interested students to be engaged in development, testing, and documentation of the software.



Laurel Bestockand Lutz Klein, co-directors