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These resources can be used to enhance teaching and learning with the Explorations textbook. We hope to expand this collection over time with contributions from instructors.
We are pleased to announce that comprehensive lab activities tailored to this textbook will be available by June, 2021, thanks to a sustaining grant from Minnesota State. Stay tuned.
If you (adopting faculty) develop ancillary materials you would be willing to share as open access materials on this website, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our sister textbook, Perspectives, is the first comprehensive, open-access cultural anthropology textbook. It offers a collection of chapters on the essential topics in cultural anthropology.
Teaching and Learning Anthropology (TLA) publishes analytical, reflective, and review articles on the topic of teaching and learning anthropology as well as undergraduate writing. The TLA website has a large collection of teaching anthropology resources.
We are pleased to offer presentation slides and a test bank tailored to this textbook. Faculty (only) are welcome to request a copy of the text bank.
Note: due to the volume of requests, we are releasing the slides and text bank preliminarily. We are awaiting feedback from one final peer review. As such, users should be aware these materials may not be in their final form.
Matrix Notes, developed by Inver Hills Community College Reading Instructor, Kathryn Klopfleish, is a guided reading system. Backed by research, the system helps college students develop strong reading and comprehension skills. These notes are tailored to the Explorations textbook and can be used in your classroom in multiple ways.