Online research tools
The Pointe-à-Callière collections are accessible on line.
The Info-Muse network of the Société des musées québécois and the Canadian Heritage Information Network have included more than 3,800 data sheets digitalized by the Pointe-à-Callière Museum.
Are you an archaeologist… an archaeology researcher, teacher, technician, or student? The Archéolab website is for you. It includes online collections you can browse, expert commentary, videos, text and photos on best practices in the field and in the lab, bibliographic references, and more… Everything at ARCHÉOLAB.QUÉBEC is intended to make your everyday activities or your learning process easier.
Not an archaeologist? The site is for you too! Archaeological heritage is of concern to many professionals in the course of their work. City and government department managers, museologists tasked with exhibiting artefacts in accordance with standard practices, teachers seeking to raise their students’ awareness of Québec’s past, journalists or publishers looking to learn more about archaeology or make use of photos… and anyone else interested in heritage. (Site online in the fall of 2016).