CommonSites believes that current technology and new media can help develop energized and sustainable cultural heritage practices around the world and is conducting dedicated research, backed up by a transparent network of trusted partners, to prove it. Through the close links of our staff with academic heritage institutions and consortia, CommonSites brings experience and expertise in cultural heritage management research on a global level.

Our interests are diverse and ever evolving. At present they include the impact of new and social media on archaeology and cultural heritage management, the relationship between digital heritage and society, archaeology as aid and effective communication and public outreach in science. We are taking part in several European and International research programs with consortia partners ranging from governments, museums, cultural heritage businesses and universities, backed by an international range of Strategic Partners and Founding Angels in the field of science, culture, IT and development aid.