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Free Online course on the Archaeology of Port us the Lost Harbour of Ancient Rome from the University of Southampton – register before May 19th

Explore the Lost Harbour of Ancient Rome –

Archaeology of Portus MOOC

  • Free, online and interactive

  • 6 week course

  • Suitable for teachers and students

We invite you to join our unique free online course with world-leading archaeologists from the University of Southampton.

You will chart a journey from the Imperial harbour to its connections across the Mediterranean, learning about archaeological discoveries and the many ways in which we use them to understand the history, landscape, buildings, and the people of this unique place. Largely filmed on location in Italy, this free course will also provide you with an insight into the wide range of digital technologies employed to record, analyse and present the site.

Who is this course for?

This course is for anyone who is interested in archaeology, ancient Rome or digital technologies. Whether you are a student wanting a taster of our archaeology degrees or a lifelong learner with a passion to learn more within this field, we’ll introduce this cutting-edge research to you in an accessible and exciting way.

We look forward to you or your students joining us online for six weeks of Roman exploration. Join the global debate!

Registration is now open! Course starts 19th May 2014

Further Information:  
Watch the course video here
Register here before 19th May
Interactive content:
This course is interactive and will give you opportunities to comment and engage with the course leaders. There will be Google hangouts and activities to involve you in the research covered. You can study online, from anywhere in the world.

Interested in a degree?
The course provides a taster of the subject and we hope the topics we have chosen give you an overview of this fascinating area. For those requiring further depth, visit our Archaeology pages:
Join our blog:
http://moocs.southampton.ac.uk/portus 

Follow us on Twitter:
@UoSFL Portus
#UoSFLPortus  #MOOC

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