|ACRA MembersOnly and ACRA-l Forums|
ACRA-l is the only service entirely devoted to the discussion of matters across the entire cultural resources field. The ACRA-l forum, which continues to be a free service sponsored by the American Cultural Resources Association (ACRA), is a new, modified version of the original ACRA-l listserv that was created in 1995.
The forum is intended to be an open discussion, with a wide range of topics including politics, the academy, business practices, regulatory issues, legal issues, international heritage management, methodology, archaeology, history, architectural history, and more.
The forum is a completely free service provided by ACRA, and anyone who is interested can join.
No, there are a couple of options regarding email notifications that you are able to customize, so that you will receive as much or as little communication as you would like.
You don't. As an ACRA member, you already have access to the ACRA-l forum. Simply sign in to your existing account and click "ACRA-l" in the main navigation menu. This will bring you to the home page for the forum.
To join ACRA-l, click here to complete the short registration form.
Click here to download the Instruction Manual if you are still unclear about how to participate in, or sign up for, the ACRA-l Forums.
The Members-Only Forum is reserved specifically for current ACRA-Member Firms and their respective company contacts. You can access the Members-Only Forum in a number of ways, but you will always be required to sign in to your member account first.
If you are not signed in, the link at the end of this page will take you to the sign-in page.
If you are having trouble accessing the forum or logging in to your account, please email Nick Bollinger at ACRA Headquarters for assistance.
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ACRA-l, the free forum sponsored by ACRA, is open to anyone who is interested in participating. You do not have to be an active ACRA member to join.
If you are an ACRA Member, and wish to participate in the new ACRA-l forum, you do not need to create a new account. You may use your existing account.
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