Before the publication is printed there will be a period during which appropriate members of the project team will liaise with the editorial team about matters of content and presentation such as dealing with queries and checking proofs. Dissemination may result in a number of different types of publications: a project sponsor may require a more general account of a project's results for example. The need for such publications will have been identified in the project design and arrangements for their dissemination should also be made at this point.
Once the final draft report has entered the editorial phase the project archive call be transferred to the recipient museum. The project archive will contain:
Depending on the work undertaken after fieldwork it may also contain:
The record of the project results previously made in the SMR (see section 5.7) should now be updated.
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