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Archaeology: Web Research

Archaeology Websites

A list of resources, freely available on the web, that give you the ability to find and, in most instances, access scholarly research.  Includes full text articles in open access journals, working papers, theses and open access books.

These resources can help you find and track emerging research.  Some require you to become a registered member (usually no cost).

Follow specific authors and find full text publications: 

Get involved in discussions:

"Zanran helps you to find ‘semi-structured’ data on the web. This is the numerical data that people have presented as graphs and tables and charts."

"Elsevier Datasearch searches for research data across domains and types, from many domain-specific, cross-domain and institutional data repositories"

How do I improve my web searching skills?

Want to brush up on your web searching skills?  

Start with the Self Help guide:

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