A Public Archaeology Twitter Conference in April
What an innovative idea
I have been inspired by the World Seabird Conference to try and hold a Twitter only conference on public archaeology, partly for academic enjoyment, for fun and to attempt something new in terms of communication (as well as to add to my body of work on the use of Twitter as part of digital public archaeology). This is also as an experiment in using social media to encourage diversity and inclusivity. After all, conference attendance has many issues, such as funding and childcare, which are being discussed elsewhere, especially with the Inclusive Archaeology Project.
This is a tentative experiment, and I would like to get some help with this event if possible. I would suggest that the event takes place on Friday 28th April 2017, and the paper timings will run all day so that it can cover multiple time zones. I have outlined a bit more information…
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