Sunday 27 May 2012

Barriers to Social Media Archaeology

As an archaeoblogger I was interested in one other presentation in last week's 'Barriers to Participation in Archaeology Online' Workshop at UCL. Doug Rocks-McQueen's "The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly of Archaeology and Social Media" is now available online. Towards the middle he speaks of the potential personal cost of passing comment on archaeological matters through social media like blogs - quite interesting then to compare that with the British Museum's Dan Petts engaging a few papers later in exactly that kind of behaviour on behalf of his Organization.

Vignette: Instead of closing a whole forum because you don't like what two or three people say, there are other options

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