Interns and Volunteers and 7th graders , Oh My!
Author(s): Jane Cox
What began out of a need for free labor to salvage significant sites threatened by development over 20 years ago has evolved into a sophisticated web of public education and community outreach. This wrap-up discussion of the session will summarize the lessons learned and reflect upon the benefits, and the costs, of conducting academically-oriented archaeological research alongside avocationalists and students.
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Interns and Volunteers and 7th graders , Oh My!. Jane Cox. Presented at Society for Historical Archaeology, Washington, D.C. 2016 ( tDAR id: 435097)
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