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ANTHROPOLOGY


From a Country School to Cyberspace: An Educator's Journey and Reflections on Pedagogy

by William Washabaugh, UW-Milwaukee

Professor Bill Washabaugh's teaching career spans more than thirty years. Read about his enlightening journey from a country school to technology-enhanced higher education. As Washabaugh writes, his career has taught him that teaching requires more than just common sense and commitment; it requires a serious consideration of one's own pedagogical strategies. Washabaugh includes discussion of his current projects on music and nationalism and museum studies. (Dec. 2000)

Varieties of World Culture through a Website
by Anthony Galt, UW-Green Bay

ABSTRACT: Professor Anthony Galt uses web sites for Anthropology 100: Varieties of World Culture, and Anthropology 320: Myth, Ritual and Religion. These sites include detailed lecture topic outlines, copies of all overhead projections presented during lectures, study hints, web links to other anthropology web sites, and an interactive "quiz engine."

 

 

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