Internet Archaeol. 12. Moorhead. Dea Computrix - another deity for the Roman Pantheon? Journeys in the Roman Empire CD-Rom

Dea Computrix - another deity for the Roman Pantheon? Journeys in the Roman Empire CD-Rom

T. Sam N. Moorhead

Education Officer for Archaeology, Education Department, The British Museum, Great Russell Street, London WC1B 3DG. smoorhead@britishmuseum.org

Cite this as: T. Sam and N. Moorhead 2002 'Dea Computrix - another deity for the Roman Pantheon? Journeys in the Roman Empire CD-Rom', Internet Archaeology 12. https://doi.org/10.11141/ia.12.4

Summary

Map showing journey from Ostia across the sea to France

This article outlines a personal view on the content and production of a CD-Rom on the Roman world produced by The British Museum, Channel 4, Verulamium Museum and Braunarts: Journeys in the Roman Empire. I discuss some of the benefits of and problems with multimedia production and outline feedback from various evaluation projects of the CD-Rom. I also briefly discuss the future of CD-Roms in the face of a rapidly expanding internet with reference to other multimedia projects at The British Museum.

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