Author:
michael mccamish
Subject:
Anthropology
Material Type:
Full Course
Level:
Community College / Lower Division
Tags:
  • Active Learning
  • Arts and Humanities
  • Cultural Anthropology
  • Open Washington
  • OpenWA
  • Rise 360
  • Tennessee Open Education
  • The Art of Being Human
  • WA 100
  • Washington 100
  • active-learning
  • arts-and-humanities
  • open-washington
  • openwa
  • wa-100
  • washington-100
    License:
    Creative Commons Attribution
    Language:
    English
    Media Formats:
    Audio, eBook, Text/HTML, Other

    Cultural Anthropology-The Art of Being Human-D2L Course Resources

    Cultural Anthropology-The Art of Being Human-D2L Course Resources

    Overview

    Resources in this file includes a D2L adapted  version of Michael Wesch's The Art of Being Human textbook, Quizzes, and 10 Challenges. The textbook was transferred into Rise 360 before being loaded into HTML shells. The structure of the course was built for a 7 week semester but could be easily adapted to a 15 week semester.    

    Intro to Cultural Anthropology

    Download the attached zip file and install the website on a server or in your LMS course section.
    To place HTML website content in Brightspace:
    1. Create an appropriate folder structure in Manage Files. This location is where files will be uploaded and unzipped. Each resource (website) should have a descriptively named independent folder.
    2. Navigate to the appropriate folder and Upload the zip file.
    3. Unzip the folder by clicking the pull-down arrow, and clicking Unzip on the submenu. A content folder will appear. It contains two folders and two HTML files.
    4. Associate the index.html file to your Course Content topic. Perform this task in the Course Content area by clicking New and then clicking Add from Manage Files on the submenu. Next, navigate to the index.html file and Add the file.
    5. Click the pull-down arrow by the new web page topic (currently named index). Next, click Edit Properties In-place on the submenu and rename the link to be descriptive.
    6. Delete the extraneous zip file from the Manage Files folder.