Event Date:Start at 12:00 AM
March 1, 2022 - May 10, 2022
Through a series of evening short courses, participants will get an introduction to the variety of options for publishing archaeological discoveries. The course will begin with compulsory practical advice on referencing and copyright, using illustrations in publications and why on earth we need to publish in the first place! After that, participants will have a choice of topics to attend one or all of the short courses. These will cover archaeological report writing, academic publishing, self-publishing and publishing online.
WHO ARE THE TUTORS?
Mark Beattie-Edwards, NAS CEO and experienced report writer
Ian Cundy, Senior NAS Tutor and self-published author
Athena Trakadas, editor of our publication the International Journal of Nautical Archaeology.
Julian Whitewright, NAS Monographs editor
WHO’S IT FOR?
The course is aimed at individuals undertaking the NAS Education programme, in particular, those who are working towards their Award or Certificate in Maritime Archaeology and would like some additional guidance for writing their 2,000 word report. These courses will be extremely useful for amateur or professional archaeologists wanting to develop their publishing skills.
NAS members will earn 5 credits towards their Certificate or Award.
WHAT YOU NEED TO JOIN THE ONLINE COURSE
A computer or tablet (phone screens are a bit small to look at for the whole day) with a good internet connection is essential. A built-in or external webcam and microphone are optional. A week before the course you will receive an invitation to the online course session which will be run through GoToMeeting. This is an online video conferencing programme that can be run directly through the internet or you get better connection if you download the small programme – it only takes a minute to do.
If you are concerned about your computer set up, please contact the organiser at firstname.lastname@example.org for a test run before the course.
NAS members £40
Non-NAS members £80 (although as NAS membership starts at £12, you’re better off becoming a member and getting the discount rate immediately!)