Tag: online teaching

“We are not brains on sticks!” Teaching Anthropology with the Senses

John Barker , February 17th, 2022


Jess Auerbach is an Associate Professor of Anthropology at North-West University in South Africa. Her innovative ethnography, From Water to Wine: Becoming Middle Class in Angola, is a…


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What online learning taught me about (online) teaching, by Andrew Walsh

John Barker , January 31st, 2022


Andrew Walsh is an Associate Professor of Anthropology at Western University, London, Ontario. He is the author of Made in Madagascar in the Teaching Culture series.  What more…


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“Actually it’s pretty chill”: taking and giving online education

standplaatswereld , January 27th, 2021


by Anne and Freek Colombijn The Corona lockdown has forced schools and universities to switch to online teaching. While we recognize the often justified complaints voiced by many…


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Accessibility in the Switch to Online

Chelsea Horton , July 8th, 2020


As we experience the uncomfortable but necessary changes in response to COVID-19, many of us have continued our work by switching to virtual spaces, whether for meetings, classes,…


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