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Public Access through technology; Using archaeological computing to interact with wider audiences in new and engaging ways

by Self-employed consultant at Archaeogeomancy on Jul 20, 2009

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A presentation given at Strode College for students from the University of Plymouth, Truro College and Strode College , aimed at given them an overview on how technology is used to engage with the ...

A presentation given at Strode College for students from the University of Plymouth, Truro College and Strode College , aimed at given them an overview on how technology is used to engage with the public using examples from Wessex Archaeology and other sources

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