Inhabitation and Access: Landscape and the Internet at Gardom's Edge

Mark Edmonds1 and Graham McElearney2

1 Department of Archaeology and Prehistory, Northgate House, University of Sheffield, Sheffield, S1 4ET, UK. Tel (+) 44 (0) 114 222 2916
2 Multimedia Development Advisor, Teaching and Learning Development, University House, University of Sheffield, S10 2TN, UK. Tel (+) 44 (0) 114 222 2474.
Mark Edmonds Graham McElearney

Cite this as: Edmonds, M. and McElearney, G. 1999 Inhabitation and Access: Landscape and the Internet at Gardom's Edge, Internet Archaeology 6.


Last summer saw the launch of a website built around current field research at Gardom's Edge in Derbyshire In this article, we want to highlight some of the ideas that went into the initial development of the site, how it relates to various aspects of our research, and how our first forays into this field have thrown up new questions and problems. We also want to explore how web-based media offer novel forms of access and engagement, particularly for those communities that we often lump together under the catch-all term `the public'.

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