Archaeology magazine's interactive digs provide a unique way of following an excavation. Interactive digs include field notes, Q&A with archaeologists, personal journals, and much more.
The Archaeology Channel: Homepage of the Archaeological Legacy Institute, includes short films and audio media relating to archaeology.
ArchaeologyTV: Videos about archaeology by the Archaeological Institute of America: excavation, site preservation, interviews with archaeologists, and more.
Mapping and research project. The site includes visual essays and many different ways to view sites (satellite images, panoramas, 3D landscapes, and more).
Ancient World Mapping Center: This center is dedicated to stressing the importance of cartography, historical geography, and geographic information science in ancient studies. The site includes free maps for student use, as well as other resources.
Digital Karnak: From the University of California at Los Angeles. This project includes a high-quality, easy-to-use time map as well as a comprehensive introduction to the site, a catalog of monuments and features, and the ability to view a reconstruction of the site through time via Google Earth.
Digital Pompeii Project: A joint project of the Classical Studies Program, the Humanities Program, and the Center for Advanced Spatial Technology at the University of Arkansas. It aims to create a comprehensive database for visual art and material culture at Pompeii, which will be linked with a 3D model of the city that can be explored in real time.
Digital Roman Forum: From the University of California, Los Angeles. A digital model of the Forum as it would have appeared in antiquity.
Google World Wonders Project: Explore heritage sites in Street-View panorama with Google's World Wonders Project. There are also 3D views, videos, and classroom material for educators. Featured archaeological sites include Pompeii and Stonehenge.
L'Annee Philologique: Slideshow tutorial on how to use L'Annee Philologique, published by the Société Internationale de Bibliographie Classique, in collaboration with the French Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique and the American Philological Association.
Metis: Archive of panoramic views of Greek archaeological sites.
The Visible Past: A powerful collaborative platform through which scholars can share and access data and publish papers or field notes. It includes an interactive historical atlas with narratives, images, videos, and audio files. There is also an iPhone app.