The CBA is delighted to announce the launch of its brand new website today.
The site has all the latest information on CBA events, publications and campaigns, and also acts as a gateway to archaeology in the UK. Find outhow to get involved in archaeology, find contacts and events, and how tovolunteer on an archaeological project. The site uses a new design and structure, and much of the previouscontent has been revised, refreshed and rewritten.
There's a new'Archaeology Latest' section, with all the latest archaeological news,blogs and resources as they are released:www.britarch.ac.uk/archaeologylatest
To find a local society, community group, contracting unit or universityarchaeology department, visit our Archaeology Online section:www.britarch.ac.uk/archonline
For all the latest books, Internet Archaeology, Scottish ArchaeologicalInternet Reports, the British and Irish Archaeological Bibliography andmore, visit the brand new Publications section:www.britarch.ac.uk/publications
A new and expanded membership section includes details of the Christmasgift membership offer: www.britarch.ac.uk/cba/membership
Help us spread the word by forwarding this link on to any otherinterested parties! Look out for several more website developments over the coming months: afantastic new Young Archaeologists' Club website is being created now and is due for launch soon, and the British Archaeology magazine pages will undergo a redesign in 2009.
We'd like your opinions on the new website: what do you think of thedesign, content and new features? What further new facilities or pageswould you like to see? Are there any links to other resources we shouldinclude?
Let us know either by filling in a short online questionnaire:www.britarch.ac.uk/websurvey or by sending an email to email@example.com
Dr Dan Hull
Head of Information & Communications