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View Resource Perspectives: An Open Invitation to Cultural Anthropology

Anthropology educators and lifelong learners looking for low-cost teaching materials may be interested in Perspectives, a free textbook published by the Society for Anthropology in Community Colleges (SACC) in 2017. Describing itself as "the first peer-reviewed open access textbook for cultural anthropology courses," Perspectives was written with high schools and introductory undergraduate courses...

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http://perspectives.americananthro.org
View Resource Deja Lu

Readers interested in anthropological research conducted by scholars worldwide should check out Deja Lu ("Already read"), an initiative of the World Council of Anthropological Associations. This open-access journal is effectively an anthology of scholarship curated by the editors of peer-reviewed anthropology journals published around the world, with the aim of "pluralizing the dissemination of...

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View Resource Art UK

The Art UK website allows visitors to see digital copies of over 200,000 artworks from over 3,250 British museums and collections. Many of these works are not physically on display, making the website the access point to this large unseen percentage of art. Works digitized by Art UK span several centuries, from a 2nd century AD Roman fresco of a bird with cherries at the Victoria & Albert Museum...

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https://artuk.org
View Resource National Center on Accessible Educational Materials

The National Center on Accessible Educational Materials (AEM Center) is a nonprofit initiative that "provide[s] resources and technical assistance for educators, parents, students, publishers, conversion houses, accessible media producers, and others interested in learning more about AEM." Here, readers will find a wealth of well-organized information and resources for accessible education. Those...

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http://aem.cast.org
View Resource Connected Histories

Fans and scholars of British history may appreciate Connected Histories, a nonprofit project that enables its visitors to conduct sophisticated web searches through more than two dozen digital history databases and archives simultaneously. Spanning the years 1500 -1900, examples of the resources in Connected Histories include British Museum Images (with nearly 100,000 images related to early...

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https://www.connectedhistories.org