This is an old revision of OxfordTraining09 from 2009-11-12 10:14:00.Making the Most of Community Archaeology: Options and Case-Studies for the Professional
Monday 16th November 2009
Community Archaeology allows professional archaeologists to meet the needs of local planning authorities and the desires of local groups. The benefits and opportunities of Community Archaeology are many, and include: facilitating public access to common heritage, promoting independent research, extending outreach to people with particular needs, and simple good public relations. This course will introduce you to the contexts in which you are likely to become involved in Community Archaeology and will demonstrate many ways in which it can be included in project planning and delivered on the ground.
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