Virtual WalkAbout
Conclusions
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Questions

1) Which of the following file formats is widley used for digital images?

a) PDF
b) JPEG
c) TXT
d) HTML

2) If you want to take photographs of an ancient monument on private ground, of whom should you request permission:

a) Your Tutor
b) The Local Museum
c) You don't need permission to take photographs of monuments
d) The owner of the monument or the landowner whose land you need to cross
e) The Council for British Archaeology

3) In conducting background research into an ancient monument, which of the following sources might be useful starting points?

a) ArchSearch - the online database maintained by The Archaeology Data Service
b) The Department for Media, Culture and Sports
c) The Sites and Monuments Record for the region (SMR)
d) Your Library, or a library local to the monument
e) National Register of Archives
f) An Internet Search Engine

4) When you prepare the timetable for a piece of fieldwork, you should ensure you have accurate estimates for:

a) Lunchbreaks
b) Inclement weather
c) Periods of uncertainty (time when you don't know what you're supposed to be doing or how to do it)
d) The duration of post-fieldwork tasks

5) The Virtual Walkabout requires you to conduct a photographic survey. What aspects, from the list below, might be important in assessing the risks involved in this project?

a) Magnetic polarity of the monument
b) Proximity of major roads to the monument
c) Surveying a damaged or unstable monument
d) Using a digital camera on the site
e) Working in the field alone
f) Walking across a moor to access the monument

6) For the purposes of creating your walkabout and reporting back on your fieldwork, which of the following do you think will be most important?

a) A letter from a landowner permitting you to visit their estate
b) A verbal account of what you did
c) A written report based on your project proposal
d) A feature in a newsletter describing what you did
e) Your project notebook and images
f) Photographs of you and your colleagues in the field