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32402fWebSiteProject - Introduction to Archaeology - Anthro...

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Introduction to Archaeology - Anthro 324, F 2002 / Owen Archaeological website project The point: This exercise should expose you to some of the wonderfully rich and weird archaeology information on the web, and help you to develop skills for sorting the two out. I hope it contributes to your ability to find solid information and to defend yourself against hokum of any variety. What you do: You visit two web sites about archaeological subjects, one that you eventually judge to be reliable and scientifically sound, and one that you eventually judge to be unreliable and not scientifically sound. (See the web links page for suggestions, or find your own.) You make these judgements by investigating a number of questions about the site, outlined in the "content" section below, keeping notes about the sites you visit and your findings. Then you write up a review of each site, describing it and explaining how you came to your conclusions about the credibility of each. What you turn in: You turn in two reviews of about two pages each (I won't read more than three), one for each web site, each accompanied by a printout of the first or most identifiable page of the site. In each review, you briefly describe the web site, explain what you did or looked at to evaluate it, and discuss the evidence and reasoning that led you to conclude that the site was reliable or not. See the "content" section below. Format:
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This note was uploaded on 03/02/2012 for the course ANTHRO 324 taught by Professor Bruceowen during the Fall '02 term at Sonoma.

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