We are hoping to capitalise on the success of the session with an ebook publication.

The anticipated sections and contributions are outlined below. They are currently under discussion and further contributions or suggestions are welcome.

Working title: Social Media and Archaeology: Engagement for the 21st Century


Section
Chapter
Contributors
Original talk
Related projects
State of completeness
Preface

Don Henson









Introduction

Lorna Richardson and Pat Hadley










Love archaeology
Morgana McCabe, Jennifer Novotny and Rebecca Younger
Why Archaeologists should ‘Like’ Facebook: the case study of Love Archaeology
Love Archaeology


The Megalithic Portal
Andy Burnham
The Megalithic Portal: 10 years and counting as a community of interest and social network
Megalithic Portal

Project Case studies
Excava(c)tion
Stefano Costa and Francesco Ripanti
"Excava(c)tion" in Vignale - Archaeology on stage, archaeology on the Web
Uomini e Cose a Vignale


Mortimer
Andy Brockman
We're All in This Together
Mortimer


Assemblage
Alison Bestwick, Toby Pillatt,
This talk was proposed but cancelled.
Assemblage


Cosmeston Archaeology
Matt Nicholas et al










Uses of social media
Doug Rocks-MacQueen
I should be Tweeting? Poking? Blogging? What do those words even mean?


Analysis
Twitter and Archaeology
Lorna Richardson
Twitter & Archaeology – creating a community of practice in 140 characters or less



The Internet Delusion
Lorna Richardson
Paper given in the Inequality session.








Practical guide

All interested









Conclusions and summary

Lorna Richardson and Pat Hadley