Prentice Hall's exclusiveCompanion Website that accompaniesArchaeological Research: A Brief Introductionoffers unique tools and support that make it easy for students and instructors to integrate this online study guide with the text. The site is a comprehensive resource that is organized according to the chapters within the text and features a variety of learning and teaching modules: For Students Study Guide Modulescontain a variety of exercises and features designed to help students with self-study. These modules include: Chapter objectivesthat help students organize key concepts to be learned Essay questionsthat help strengthen critical thinking skills Quizzeswith multiple-choice and true-false questions that supply instant scoring and feedback on student mastery of core material Built-in e-mailrouting option that gives students the ability to forward essay responses and graded quizzes to their instructors. Reference ModulescontainWeb DestinationsandNet Searchoptions that provide the opportunity to expand upon the information presented in the text. Whether through a directory of Websites relevant to the subject matter of a chapter or by simplifying key-term searching by automatically inserting terms from a chapter into major search engines, these reference features enable students to quickly reach related information on the Web. Communication Modulesinclude tools such asLive ChatandMessage Boardsto facilitate online collaboration and communication. Personalization Modulesinclude our enhancedHelpfeature that contains a text page for browsers and plug-ins. For Instructor: The Faculty Moduleincludes resources for teaching. This module is accessed via a password provided free of charge by Prentice Hall. Syllabus Manager tool provides an easy-to-follow process for creating, posting, and revising a syllabus online that is accessible from any point within theCompanion Website--. This resource allows instructors and students to communicate both inside and outside of the classroom at the click of a button.Peregrine, Peter N. is the author of 'Archaeological Research A Brief Introduction', published 2000 under ISBN 9780130811271 and ISBN 0130811270.