Welcome to 2020! It’s time for our annual News & Notes recap and preview. Our post HRAF 2019 in Review & 2020 Previewsummarizes our highlights from the previous year, as well as what you can expect to see from HRAF over the next 12 months.
Did you know that 2019 marked our 70th anniversary? It was another eventful year as we celebrated this milestone. Here are the topics featured in our year-in-review:
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As we begin a new year, it is also the time of year when faculty are preparing to teach in the upcoming spring semester. HRAF is pleased to announce our new video tutorial making its debut on YouTube this month.
The new video is a perfect companion for classroom instruction. Showing the video in class is a great way to introduce your students to eHRAF World Cultures.
This how-to video covers all aspects of navigating eHRAF World Cultures, including a demonstration of how to compare different cultures around a specific subject.
Be sure to like and subscribe to the HRAF YouTubepage so that you be notified when additional videos are added.
Also, please let us know if there is a specific topic for a video you would like to see us produce next!
After the great success of the HRAF Global Scholarshipcompetition that we first launched in 2018, we were delighted to continue the program for 2019.
For 2019 the scholarship was opened to both individuals and academic institutions in low- or middle-income countries, as defined by the World Bank. The scholarship provides one year of access to eHRAF World Cultures and eHRAF Archaeology at no charge to the individual or their academic institution. We are pleased to announce our 2020 Global Scholarship Winners:
The partnership with SACC is part of theHRAF Community College Initiative, launched in 2019 to recognize the important role of community colleges in providing students with access to quality, affordable opportunities for higher education.
HRAF and SACC are in alignment on three major principles: supporting diversity and equity, sharing resources, and advocating for students.