The Dissemination Division delivers information, be it research and compliance results, or standard training packages. Our staff has designed graduate curricula as well as taught at major research universities throughout the eastern United States. We have been explaining things, orally and in writing, for over three decades, with good humor and a sensitivity to the needs of those seeking our help. Experience does, indeed, count.
The Dissemination Division provides on-site training at client facilities in all aspects of compliance archaeological procedures, be it project design, field, laboratory, curatorial, or report production. We have particular expertise in field and laboratory training as well as facility design. Our staff is nationally known for its expertise in the Section 106 Process.
Our staff teaches the full range of standard Anthropology courses, ranging from introductory classes, through ethnography and archaeology, to advanced courses in ecology and history of anthropological theory. These services are provided at our client's facilities.
Editing, Writing, and Publication
The Dissemination Division also provides manuscript and report production support. This ranges from basic literature research, through copy editing, to complete manuscript layout.