What use for Web 2.0 tools in Archaeological Heritage Management?
- Social Networks

The networks are a social interaction tool, aimed at creating and managing virtual communities in which people communicate naturally about their likes and dislikes, opinions, links to blogs, websites, interests, etc. These are very active and they are references on what is going on in Web 2.0.

Apart from the evident benefit of immediate communication, an interesting feature of the social networks for AHM is the consolidation of thematic communities, such as on a common interest, or a common purpose (i.e. pressure group for protecting a site)