OTSF is a United States of America not-for-profit 501 (c)(3) educational foundation dedicated to research and public outreach about ancient society and cultural development around the Mediterranean in Neolithic prehistory.
From the Middle East to the Atlantic Seaboard, the story of the First Farmers includes the oldest monumental buildings on earth. There is quite a lot to be learned from them! Ruins and artifacts from around the world are helping us understand changes that happened in very ancient times; changes that launched western civilization, in a shift of lifestyle most widely known as the NEOLITHIC REVOLUTION.
Whether you want to attend an online class about cultural beginnings, discover the archaeology of sound or find a place to learn more about prehistory and the world's oldest buildings, we have you covered.
We can even work with you and your staff on designing a custom virtual learning adventure for your group or class that is like none other..
An international program provider for Road Scholar since 1994, the OTSF organization has worked for more than 30 years with an international array of multi-disciplinary researchers & university instructors including, but not limited to: The University of Malta, Heritage Malta,
The German Archaeological Institute, Turkish Ministry of Tourism and Culture, Instituto Terra e Memória, Centre of Geosciences, Portugal, University of Huddersfield, UK, University of the Highlands and Islands Archaeology Institute, Scotland, UNESCO, ICOMOS, The American Anthropological Association, The Archaeological Institute of America.