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Connecting Local Communities with Local Archaeology
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Connecting Local Communities with Local Archaeology
http://camunivmuseums.wordpress.com/2014/03/14/local-communities-local-archaeology/

Traditionally those who have visited the Keyser have been students from the Division of Archaeology, who make use of the Teaching Collection through practical handling classes, and visiting researchers. The latest project, Connecting Local Communities with Local Archaeology, aims to reach out to local interest-groups and provide them with the tools to create a session for their needs: identifying interesting material using the MAA’s public catalogue, scheduling an appointment, and designing an appropriate handling session for their group in collaboration with MAA staff.
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