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Format: Please cite all the websites you visit, both the subject of the review and any that provide other useful information, in the text of the review and in a short bibliography in the style of journals American Antiquity and Latin American Antiquity , illustrated below. Citations in the text are in this format: "There are hundreds of radiocarbon dates from Canada (Morlan 1999)." or, "According to Morlan (1999), there are hundreds of radiocarbon dates from Canada." Morlan's web site would be listed in the list of references as: Morlan, R. (editor) 1999 "Canadian Archaeological Radiocarbon Database." < ; May 12, 1999. The year at the beginning indicates the year that the site was last modified, as best you can tell. The date at the end is the date on which you accessed it. Due date: Thursday, October 10 Lateness policy: I accept assignments up to one week late with a 15% penalty. Grading: 10% of the course grade (100 points out of 1000).
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Introduction to Archaeology - Anthro 324, F 2002 / Owen Content: Description of the website: Enough to give me an idea of what you were dealing with. Evaluation of the credibility of the site: This is the meat of the assignment. Explain what you did in order to evaluate the site, what you found out, and what that told you about the reliability of the site. The more kinds of evidence you can provide to support your opinion, the better. Here are some specific guidelines: Visit at least "Evaluating web resources" by Paula Hammett (on the web links page), plus other evaluation sites if you like.
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  • Fall '02
  • BruceOwen
  • Archaeology, site, World Wide Web, web site, Web Links page

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