OA is committed to reporting on the results of our fieldwork rapidly and efficiently in order to support the planning process
The results of our evaluations and excavations, if not published as monographs or reports in archaeological journals, are written up as technical reports (so-called grey literature).
Many of our reports are available to the public. The reports are submitted to county Historic Environment Records, which are available for public consultation, and copies of the reports are included with the project archives, which are deposited with accredited museums or other repositories. Our reports are also available to download from our digital library, and information about our sites is available through the OASIS website.
However the results of fieldwork are disseminated, our team of illustrators in our dedicated Graphics Office is on hand to produce high-impact and informative graphics in a range of styles, from pen and paper to digital, to best suit the report and budget and enhance the presentation of the results.