New research is getting underway at the Council for British Archaeology, to look into the different ways in which we can support young people to get more involved with and enthused by archaeology.
The research aims to collect as much information as possible about how young people engage with archaeology and other activities over the next few months, including via an online survey (http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/Y2B2MG8)
We are interested in gathering thoughts and views from a wide range of individuals and groups with experience of engaging young people, so no matter how much or how little you know about archaeology, we still want your views. If you would like to share your thoughts, opinions and experience please visit the survey page (also accessible via www.britarch.ac.uk/research/youngpeople) or contact firstname.lastname@example.org. The survey will remain open until Friday 11th November 2011.
A web page (www.britarch.ac.uk/research/youngpeople) has been set up for the project, which we will update as the project develops. A report of the research will be made available in Spring 2012.