HEIRNET User Survey 2005 Report and analysis undertaken by ADS on behalf of HEIRNET By J. Brewer and W.G. Kilbride 2006

3.2.10 Q8: Archaeology and Historic Environment Internet resources offer many kinds of information. Which kinds do you find most useful?

The enthusiasm indicated by these results is almost overwhelming. There is a large demand for nearly all the kinds of information that HEIRs currently produce and some that are just burgeoning. Area searches, indexes, images, and maps are all common elements of HEIRs and the results here show that future HEIRs cannot go wrong in their decisions on what types of information to provide or how to provide it. Graphics, tours, and visitor information do notably poorer overall. Meanwhile, large indices and area searches are considered less useful for finding information than their smaller counterparts.

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Figure 10: Question 8 Responses

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Q8 Total pop xls pdf
Q8 Groups xls pdf