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Sources

Resources and tools are available to assist in carrying out requirements and pursuing opportunities for archeological public outreach and education. In addition to those linked within each section of this module, the following sources are helpful.

Laws and Policies

Full text of laws applicable to archeology outreach and plain English explanations are available online:

Director's Orders

Director's Orders include special directives aimed at the NPS to encourage outreach.

Civic Engagement

Find assistance in identifying stakeholders and resources for effective outreach and civic engagement programs.

On the web:

In print:

Consultation

Consultation may take place with tribes, the general public, or other stakeholders. Outreach opens lines of communication.

Audiences

Find assistance about the various public and professional audiences for archeological outreach.

On the web:

  • Teacher Resources
  • Kids learn about what archeologists do and how they work.
  • Visit Archeology is an online guide that directs visitors interested in planning a trip or seeing archeological places across the nation.
  • Unlocking the Past: Celebrating Historical Archeology in America
  • In print:

    Beyond the NPS

    Learn from museums and centers beyond the NPS.

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