Since last month's update, there has been a dramatic escalation in the COVID-19 pandemic and measures to combat it. As all public gatherings are on hold for the forseeable future, we will use this bulletin to highlight a selection of online archaeological resources to help you pursue your interest and conduct research from home. Do get in touch if you have any recommendations for resources to circulate in next month's bulletin.
Archaeology Podcast Network
A source for archaeology news, information, and career insights by experts in the field from around the world:  
Recording Archaeology YouTube Channel
A channel dedicated to presentations from archaeology conferences, showcasing the latest archaeological research:
Archaeology Data Service
An accredited digital repository for heritage data. Search for archaeological data sets, publications and reports using the online catalogues:
Archaeology for Schools - Would you make a good archaeologist?
A series of activities devised by the National Trust for Scotland to introduce young people to the work of an archaeologist, which might be adapted for home schooling:
Resarch Frameworks for England
Find out how Historic England and other heritage practitioners assess sites or areas for singificance and how they co-ordinate research to generate new knowledge:
How To Do Archaeology Free Course
DigVentures are making their six-week online course on planning, conducting and reporting on archaeological excavavations free to all, starting in April:
Learn GIS for Free
A webpage with suggestions for oneline options to learn GIS for free from some of hte world's best universities and institutions:
Local Heritage Engagement Network
A project which provided advice and guidance to local people who wish to champion archaeology and heritage in their local areas and make sure that all stakeholders understand the importance of historic environment issues on their doorsteps. Explore the toolkit for advice and resources: