to Teaching eHRAF
Teaching eHRAF is an innovative, interdisciplinary teaching esource for universities, colleges, and high schools aimed at providing faculty with ideas about how to use the eHRAF World Cultures/Archaeology* full-text databases in their curricula.
Currently most of the exercises have been written by faculty and HRAF staff, focusing on general anthropology, general archaeology, medical anthropology, and research methods ranging from easy (Level I) to difficult (Level III).
As Teaching eHRAF grows, we hope that it will become a “place of exchange” for teaching materials in many disciplines. We encourage professors and instructors to submit teaching materials for Teaching eHRAF and we welcome diversity in style, theme, and level of difficulty.
*Using the exercises requires access to the online eHRAF World Cultures/Archaeology databases. If your institution is a member you should have automatic log on; if not you might be asked for a password.