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BAJR Guide 22 Website Building for Archaeology Projects

February 25, 2009

The first in a whole new series of free practical archaeology guides BAJR have planned was released yesterday. Guide 22 introduces a few things to consider when building a website for an archaeology project, as well as giving pointers to help you get started, and highlighting a few successful examples. The guide is co-written by me (!) with Guy Hunt of L-P: Archaeology (the company behind the Prescot Street and Thames Discovery Programme websites, as well as the amazing online archaeological database application ARK), and David Connolly, webmaster of BAJR.

The guide can be downloaded as a pdf here, and was uploaded to Scribd by David here.

The text is also viewable (and editable!) on WikiArc here

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