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BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY (ANTHR 1) ONLINE

Access the course on CANVAS (link below), beginning the first week of classes

Your new student login will be the same as your WebAdvisor login.
If you have login questions, contact the Teaching and Learning Center at 831-479-5030

REQUIRED COURSE TEXTBOOK:

Our required textbook can be purchased as an e-book (recommended) or paperback from the
publisher (Links to an external site.), purchased new or used at the Cabrillo bookstore, or read at the Cabrillo library.

If you purchase a used book, share a book, or read it on reserve, you will need to purchase InQuizitive separately from the publisher for $20--see below
 
The required text for the course is:


 Larsen cover
Essentials of Physical Anthropology, 3rd edition
      (and InQuizitive--packaged with the textbook)
           Clark Spencer Larsen

 Links to an external sit
Ebook + InQuizitive ($50) available from the publisher (Links to an external site.)
You can also purchase a paperback directly from the publisher (make sure you purchase a version with InQuizitive).
Links to an external site


The course is entirely online--we will not be meeting on campus. 

As indicated earlier, we will be using Canvas as our course platform:

Click here to activate your account.  The course will not be available until the start date (though feel free to check the week before, in case it is already accessible).  If you have difficulty with the process, please contact the very helpful staff at Cabrillo's Teaching and Learning Center.

Click here to log in during the first week of classes, after your account is activated.




CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY ONLINE (ANTHR 2), SPRING 2018

essay picture This is a WRITING FACTOR COURSE; please be prepared to complete weekly reading and writing assignments. 

The course is entirely online--we will not be meeting on campus. 

If you would like to enroll via the OEI (Online Education Initiative) Course Exchange, please stay tuned: this course will be offered as an OEI course during Spring 2018, but the enrollment pieces are not yet all in place.

We will be using Canvas as our course platform:

Click here to activate your account.   Your new student login will be the same as your WebAdvisor login.

The course will not be available until the first week of classes.  If you have difficulty with the process, please contact the very helpful staff at Cabrillo's Teaching and Learning Center (831-479-5030).

Click here to log in during the first week of classes, after your account is activated

If you are waitlisted for one section of the course, please try signing up for one of my other sections before contacting me about adding.  Both sections of the course will be identical, with the exception of the students enrolled in each.

Enrolled students should be prepared to sign in, view the "Getting Started" and "Week 1" modules, and complete the first writing/discussion assignment by the end of the day Thursday of Week 1.

If you want, you can get started on some of our readings early.

Our first readings will be "Body Ritual Among the Nacirema" (link to the article here) and "Death Without Weeping"(in the McGraw-Hill reader listed below).



REQUIRED COURSE READER:

Our required reader can be rented or purchased online (recommended), purchased at the Cabrillo bookstore, or read at the Cabrillo library.

The required text for the course is:


Cultural Anthropology (McGraw-Hill Create ebook)

McGraw-Hill Education (McGraw-Hill Create ebook).
    
Cultural Anthropology; Heather Claussen.
     ISBN
9781307120905
 

To purchase online:

Use the following direct link (links to an external site)

OR search by Author (Claussen), ISBN (9781307120905) or School (Cabrillo) here (links to an external site)





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