Do you want to use archaeology in the classroom?
Are you looking for an archaeological society to join?
Do you want to take a trip to visit archaeological sites?
These and other questions can be answered from these pages. Our information is designed to aid educators, the general public, and archaeologists. Below is a brief description of what you will find on these pages.
This section provides resources For Educators. Educators wishing to use archaeology in the classroom will find prewritten lesson plans, activities, links to other lesson plan pages, and downloadable materials.
State & National Resources
Look here to find links to archaeological resources, agencies, and organizations within your state. You can also find links to national organizations, and a list of State Network Coordinators who will help you with your questions on archaeology.
Archaeological Laws & Ethics
There are state and national laws that pertain to archaeological sites, burials, artifacts, and repatriation. Look here for information on those laws. Also, archaeologists are guided by ethics regarding the study and preservation of archaeological sites and materials. Learn more about archaeological ethics here.
What is Heritage Tourism? Heritage sites are places of archaeological or historical significance that have been preserved and are open to the public for visitation. They often include museums or interpretive centers with exhibits, trails with informational signs or brochures, and staff who provide interpretative tours. Heritage Tourism encompasses the sites themselves, as well as ideas and methods for managing, promoting, and interpreting the sites, as well as discussion about concerns with continued protection and public access.
Want to visit archaeology sites on your next trip? Looking for tours that take you to famous archaeological sites? Here are some sources to help you 'visit archaeology'. Look here.
Want to learn more about the issues affecting heritage sites? Need ideas for ways to manage or promote your heritage site? Here are some resources, organizations, and articles. Look here.