Teaching eHRAF is an innovative, interdisciplinary teaching resource for universities, colleges and high schools aimed at providing faculty with ideas on how to use the eHRAF World Cultures database in their curricula.
Teaching eHRAF can be found in the “Learning Center” in the eHRAF World Cultures database and currently includes student exercises, individual papers, classroom assignments, and group projects for cultural anthropology courses. In the next couple of months we’ll also add online assignments specific to archaeology, medical anthropology, and research methods, so stay tuned!
In addition to Teaching eHRAF we also provide support, such as personal info sessions for faculty to learn how to use eHRAF in teaching, and even webinars for student classes. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like ideas for using eHRAF in your class curriculum in the next semester.