The EXARC collection is an online place for sharing and preserving data and results of experimental archaeology. The collection (with 11,500 titles) is supported by EXARC and hosted by the Digital Archaeological record (tDAR). Originally created by EXARC this is a great resource for students and researchers alike. The collection is open access.
Find the collection here: www.experimentalarchaeology.net
EXARC seeks to work with universities, museums, and researchers to upload their experimental archaeology data, publications, and grey literature into the collection. Contact us if you are interested in contributing materials to the collection. Please help us by adding new literature references to our library. You can do so by filling out this form.