This conclusion presents some closing thoughts on the concepts discussed in the previous chapters of this book. The book discusses the reasons why archaeologists must engage with nonarchaeologists and the public in general. Archaeology is a scientific discipline which not only reveals the evidence for the past but also questions its own results and conclusions. It demonstrates a varied group of different approaches to sharing the past with other people approaches which are thoughtful and thought-provoking. Community archaeology is the term most often used to describe any outreach aspect of an archaeological project, but it can cover a number of different types of project and involve a range of publics. The book considers a number of common themes and issues that involves the public, threats to the past, the views of the media and educational approaches. The UK museums and archaeological sites under investigation will turn to podcasts and links to social networking sites as a matter of course.