The Rough Cilicia Archaeological Survey Project has been using surface survey to map and record evidence of past human existence in western Rough Cilicia, southern Turkey. The website presents detailed reports on the results of surveys carried since 1996 and, in particular, on the discovery of Juliosebaste, a prominent town at least from the early Roman through the Byzantine era. A series of pages present a web GIS which show the survey areas and the major sites found. A Survey Pottery Study Collection has photographs and descriptions of the major classes of pottery found plus a number of QuickTime movies illustrating, with commentary pottery classes. Further QuickTime movies and animated gif images show discoveries made during the surveys and computer reconstructions of some settlements. Many of the pages of the website have a navigation bar in a frame at the left of the browser window although some pages open in a new browser window and are devoid of navigation aids. The website makes intense use of multimedia resources, but section "Article" contains a summary of the research suitable for undergraduate students, including an essay entitled "What is Survey?"