RSI session resource pack – Connected Heritage

Screenshot made up of photographic portraits

3.55pm — 4.45pm
Stevenson Lecture Theatre, British Museum & Online

Children using clay to make bowls with adults helping.
Archaeological workshop at Beam Park. Image courtesy of L&Q Countryside©
guide-toolkit

Creating a collaboratively produced learning output using interactive digital technology

Black and white photo of two tower blocks
Screenshot from The Towers, Oldham website
guide-toolkit

West Vale — The Rise and Fall of Two Towers

Children using clay to make bowls with adults helping.
Archaeological workshop at Beam Park. Image courtesy of L&Q Countryside©
case-study

Video: Archaeology Audience Network

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