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Using Online Materials Responsibly
When doing research online, think critically and evaluate the reliability of your sources. How recent is the information? Do you know who put the information online, and how they learned it? What biases and beliefs affect how the information is presented? Can you find correlating evidence elsewhere?
Critical thinking and careful evaluation make you a better researcher and your research better research.
Anthropology Resources Online
Careers in anthropology
From the University of Manitoba
A searchable, multilingual database of anthropological texts
Anthropology Matters Journal
An open-access academic journal, various anthropology resources, and an email list that distributes relevant information about jobs, conferences, etc.
International Center for Scientific Research
Links towards scientific societies, research institutes, laboratories and universities all over the world wide web; a directory of researchers, sorted by topic ; a selection of scientific awards, journals, reference books, libraries & scientific bookshops.
This is Anthropology
Published by the American Anthropological Association, this site allows you to "learn more about the discipline of anthropology, use our interactive map to learn about anthropology projects in different parts of the world, explore the skills and careers anthropologists have, and find out how you can become an anthropologist."
Resources for Students
From the Consortium of Practicing and Applied Anthropology Programs - including career development, networking, graduate and distance learning resources, and more
Anthropology Resources on the Internet
An extensive directory of links and sites compiled by the American Anthropological Association