Message #340:
From: AzTeC SW Archaeology SIG
To:   "'Matthias Giessler'" 
Subject: NCPTT Internet Communication Survey
Date: Tue, 9 Sep 1997 13:12:49 -0700

[ As noted on the WWW, and, in NCPTT Notes, Number 19, September 1997,
edited by Mary Carroll ]

NCPTT Internet Communication  -- The purpose of this NCPTT survey is to
collect data about the use of Internet-based technologies for
communication between preservation professionals. The objective of this
project is to help the National Center for Preservation Technology and
Training plan and develop training courses, workshops, and services that
will advance the use of electronic communication technologies for
historic preservation. Please take a few moments to contribute to the
assembly of this data. As the title suggests, this survey is designed to
solicit responses from preservation professionals about how
Internet-based communication is affecting conservation activities.
Although the authors of the survey realize that there are many other
innovative applications of computer-based technologies for historic
preservation, it was decided that this initial survey should address only
Internet access and usage. Please note that at the end of the survey
there is a section entitled Comments which specifically asks for input
about other computer-based applications for historic preservation.  This
survey is being administered by the LSU Office of Community Preservation
through the sponsorship of the National Center for Preservation
Technology and Training. Your participation in this survey is vital to
the success of this project and is greatly appreciated!

fill out survey now
call (318) 357-3214 to receive a survey by fax
view the most recently updated survey results

Comments? Contact us at
LSU Office of Community Preservation 
36 Atkinson Hall, Louisiana State University,
Baton Rouge La 70803