Looking over the Archaeologists’ Shoulders: Web-based Public Outreach in the Deep Wrecks Project
This article presents a case study of how the PAST Foundation partnered with other agencies and organizations to develop a successful public outreach website focusing on the Gulf of Mexico “Deep Wrecks” project in the late summer of 2004.
KeywordsPublic education Outreach Internet K-12 education Public interpretation
The author would like to acknowledge the efforts of Dennis Aig, Keene Haywood, Korey Kaczmarek and Ian Zelo, whose work on the media outreach team aboard HOS Dominator made the web stuff easy.
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