For an authoritive overview of a topic, or as a starting point, try one of your library's many anthropology-specific encyclopedias, dictionaries, or handbooks. They often contain subject terminology and information about important personal figures in the discipline, as well as good leads for further research.
A collective forum for discussing and disseminating new information in the field of anthropology.
Popular with professionals, this is an academic's informal but informed take on news and developments regarding paleoanthropology.
Online community of anthropology discussion and news.
UVic academic's blog discussing finds and sites relating to Northwest Coast archaeology.
An ethnobotanist's notes from his studies in the Brazilian Amazon.
ANTH 250 Library Lab - OUTLINE:
1. Introductions - Anthropology Librarian - Kathleen Matthews (kmatthew @UVic.ca)
2. Overview of Library Lab Assignment [10 marks ]
All Answers to be inserted in to the Worksheet using WORD. Completed assignments to be uploaded to ANTH 250 CourseSpaces by 4:30PM on March 10, 2017
Exercise 1: Finding print and electronic boos held at the UVic LIbraries
Exercise 2: Finding peer reviewed articles from journals articles the Web of Science Database; Saving references in EndNote; Printing a Bibliography
Exercise 3: Reflecting on this Library Lab
a) Tour of Libraries website
c) Finding Journal Articles:
4. Time in class to start on Worksheet.