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British Zooarchaeology and the Internet survey

April 6, 2010

I’m carrying out a quick survey of British zooarchaeologists (which I’m defining as loosely as possible – either British-based zooarchs, or zooarchs who work on British material), to find out a little more about how the internet is helping (or not) zooarchaeological work. If you work in Britain, or are based in Britain, I would be most appreciative if you would be kind enough to fill out the questionnaire. It’s very short! Results will be presented at the ICAZ conference in Paris (on the Wednesday I think), and made available online. The survey closes on May 1st, and can be found at http://wikiarc.limequery.org/index.php?sid=63841&lang=en <http://wikiarc.limequery.org/index.php?sid=63841&lang=en>

Matt

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