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COVID-19: Teaching Anthropology Remotely, Digital Content

Suggestions for finding anthropologically relevant digital content

Course Reserves

The library will continue to provide services to support your online instruction needs through digitization of materials and by acquiring electronic versions when available. We are prioritizing materials that are relevant for the remainder of the semester. Contact Colin Bragg to let him know of your needs.

  • Items currently on physical reserves:  If you would like us to scan portions of a book, seek online options such as e-books and streaming media, or ask for permission from publishers, please let us know or place a request through Course Reserves or discoverE. You can also contact Lori Jahnke with purchase requests. 
  • Posting new content:  If you are interested in posting content (journal articles, book chapters, multimedia, etc.) for which you do not own the copyright, please work through the Course Reserves system. Reserves staff will review the content and assist you with permissions, fair use, public domain, and other issues. 


Visit this page for updated information on how we are helping students who no longer have their textbooks. Also contact Lori Jahnke with questions.