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Public Archaeology & the Internet        Lorna Richardson UCL Centre for Digital Humanities
UK Internet Use
Public Archaeology Online in the UK
Photo & Image Sharing
Film
Blogs
Podcasts & Audio
Twitter
CBA Making Archaeology Matter:                       “..Increase participation, enhance discovery...build capacity to cham...
Participation Inequalities
l.richardson@ucl.ac.uk@LornaRichardson on Twitter
IFA 2012 Conference Paper: Public Archaeology & the Internet
IFA 2012 Conference Paper: Public Archaeology & the Internet
IFA 2012 Conference Paper: Public Archaeology & the Internet
IFA 2012 Conference Paper: Public Archaeology & the Internet
IFA 2012 Conference Paper: Public Archaeology & the Internet
IFA 2012 Conference Paper: Public Archaeology & the Internet
IFA 2012 Conference Paper: Public Archaeology & the Internet
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IFA 2012 Conference Paper: Public Archaeology & the Internet

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My paper from the April 2012 Institute for Archaeologists Conference Graphics & Archaeology session

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  1. 1. Public Archaeology & the Internet Lorna Richardson UCL Centre for Digital Humanities
  2. 2. UK Internet Use
  3. 3. Public Archaeology Online in the UK
  4. 4. Photo & Image Sharing
  5. 5. Film
  6. 6. Blogs
  7. 7. Podcasts & Audio
  8. 8. Twitter
  9. 9. CBA Making Archaeology Matter: “..Increase participation, enhance discovery...build capacity to champion & engage with historic environment..through online resources...” IfA Proposed Strategic Plan for 2020 “In 2020 all professional archaeologists will have the skills, integrity and versatility to ensure that the study and care of the historic environment brings real benefits to people’s daily lives”
  10. 10. Participation Inequalities
  11. 11. l.richardson@ucl.ac.uk@LornaRichardson on Twitter
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