Seanda: The National Roads Authority (NRA) Archaeology Magazine
The latest edition (Issue 6) of Seanda, the National Roads Authority (NRA) Archaeology Magazine, has just been published online and marks a new departure in how the NRA realises the knowledge value of the archaeological discoveries made on their national road schemes. In the past the NRA has distributed tens of thousands of hard copies around the country while making an electronic version (PDF) of each magazine available to download from the NRA website. However, future editions of Seanda will now be solely available online, albeit with a number of functional enhancements to make the onscreen experience more interactive, user-friendly and enjoyable.
This development is a pilot into online publishing and the NRA would welcome your views on this approach so as to gauge its success (please contact Michael Stanley: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Issue 6, which features an updated design, is being made available as an interactive PDF. This means that you can navigate to the News section or any article by simply clicking on the title in the contents page and each page has a 'Back to contents' button at the bottom that returns you to the contents page when clicked. If a news item or article contains an internal page reference such as 'see p. 4' you can also navigate to the relevant page by simply clicking on that text.
You can view and download Seanda Issue 6 at the following link: