Online Ant 101 is an introductory survey of physical
anthropology covering a variety of topics related to human
variation, hominid evolution, primatology and archaeology. Click Weekly
Assignments Topics (above) to view course topics.
Letter (above) contains important information about the Blackboard online class
room and how to gain access to it once you have registered.
(above) has information about course policies, required
books, types of assignments and grading.
This online course is not easier than a class room lecture course. To
succeed in the online environment, you will need to be a proficient
with good writing skills. In addition, you will need to be self-disciplined, possess good time management skills, and have the
necessary computer knowledge and equipment to successfully complete
course work. The amount of study time you will need to devote to this
course each week will depend on your knowledge and skill level when you
enter the course. However, you can expect to spend a minimum of
12 hours per week studying for this course.
If you have questions about online
Ant 101, email firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 301 322-0548.
Andrew Habermacher, Ph.D.