This article introduces a special issue of Archaeology and Education that explores teaching and learning anthropology online. We argue that effective online teaching requires course design that supports participant interactivity, instructor presence, and student-centered opportunities for 'doing, not viewing.' Online modes of teaching, learning, and doing anthropology and archaeology address issues of educational equity and access in addition to providing opportunities for authentic learning that are not available through face-to-face instruction.
Pacifico, David and Robertson, Rebecca
2021 Meeting Students (and Subjects) Where They Are: Perspectives in Teaching, Learning, and Doing Archaeology and Anthropology Online. Journal of Archaeology and Education 5
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