Monday, April 9, 2012
We are proud to announce a new service offered by the Fort St. Joseph Archaeological Project! Virtual Lectures are now being offered to any interested parties. These virtual lectures last approximately 30 minutes, and feature a short lecture from our lab at Western Michigan University. Using a webcam, the internet, and the free software "Skype", lecturers from the FSJAP can connect around the country with classrooms, lecture halls,or anywhere you can get an internet signal! The program is primarily focused on students grades 3-12, but is available to any interested parties or groups. The lecture will show you a variety of artifacts recovered from the past field season, as well as taking any questions that you may have about the project or archaeology in general. For more information on the program, see the official press release at the link provided below or email Abrand87@gmail.com to schedule a date and time for your virtual lecture and field trip to the world of archaeology and data analysis. Thanks for your constant support and we will update you again soon!
Official Press Release: http://www.wmich.edu/wmu/news/2012/03/092.html