As we begin a new year, it is also the time of year when faculty are preparing to teach in the upcoming spring semester. HRAF is pleased to announce our new video tutorial making its debut on YouTube this month. The video is ideal for classroom instructors who plan to teach with eHRAF World Cultures. Showing the video in class is a great way to introduce your students to our database. This how-to video covers all aspects of navigating eHRAF World Cultures, including a demonstration of how to compare different cultures around a specific subject. The new video is a perfect companion for classroom instruction and presents the main points covered in our live webinars.
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Be sure to like and subscribe to the HRAF YouTube page so that you be notified when additional videos are added. Also, please let us know if there is a specific topic for a video you would like to see us produce next!
For a more personalized and interactive experience, our member services manager Matthew Longcore is available for live webinars for the eHRAF World Cultures and eHRAF Archaeology databases. Webinars can be set up for faculty, students, librarians, and researchers. For more information, please contact Matthew at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Have you seen our open access collection of ready-to-use teaching exercises? Produced at HRAF or submitted by our member faculty, Teaching eHRAF offers free syllabi and classroom activities that can be adapted and customized to suit your needs. If you are a faculty member using eHRAF in the classroom who would like to share your resources, we would love to hear from you
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