Resources for Learning & Teaching Anthropology
Curriculum Materials Online
|Course Information Available
on the Web:
|Experimental Course-ware /Teaching-ware:
and Social Organization: An Interactive Tutorial:
Teaching-ware developed by Professor Brian Schwimmer Dept of Anthropology
at University of Manitoba.
Dentition: A Human Dental Software
package developed by Mr. Ed Hagen and Dr. Phil Walker that allows students
to carefully study individual teeth in great detail.
Evolution: A software package that
teaches students about our ancestors using the fossil evidence. It was
created by Phil L. Walker and Ed H. Hagen.
Interactive: An Interactive CD-Rom
contains a wealth of new ethnographic and other data and promises to be
a novel and exiciting tool for the teaching of undergraduate and graduate
anthropology and also for anthropological research. It is jointly developed
by Napoleon A. Chagnon, Timothy Asch, Gary Seaman, and Peter Biella.
Exercises for Quantitative Data Analysis in Archaeology:
Hypercard stack developed by Dr. Mark Aldenderfer and Chantal Cagle.The
course software is divided into four different modules, with the first
focusing on the use of Data Desk or JMP, both commercial exploratory data
analysis software packages.
software for Network Analysis of Marriage & Kinship developed by Anthropology
Professor Douglas R White and his associates at University of California-Irvine.
associated with other sofware such as Pajek,
Package for Large Network Analysis, and GIM,
Genealogical Information Manager, and UCINet.
Module: A Software designed by Nanci
Ellis at California State University-Chico to facilitate you teaching an
introductory course in biological anthropology and for students to access
a tutorial on the human skeleton.
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