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ANT 250: Conservation Anthropology: Home

Resources and strategies for conservation group project proposals and presentations.

Welcome to the ANT 250 Course Guide!

This guide will provide you with resources and strategies for your group project proposals and presentation in Sarah Ebel's class. Need help? Contact Jen Bonnet at Fogler Library!

Country Profiles & Statistics

Books - Background Information on Topic or Region

Search the library catalog for materials on your topic (books, ebooks, videos, government documents). Many book records in URSUS include the table of contents, which can give you a sense of a book and help you decide if it would be useful for your research. Not sure where to locate an item in the library? There are maps on all floors of the library and at the reference desk.

Newspaper Coverage

Hacking Google

The Get More Out of Google Infographic Summarizes Online Research Tricks for Students

From Life Hacker

For your ANT 250 projects, you may want to search for site:.gov for government information on your topics, such as climate change or ecotourism or waste management.

Research Articles

Use the Fogler database drop-down menu to identify online databases where you might find research that addresses your topic. Several databases that will be a good place to start are:

 
Additional Interdisciplinary Search Options

 

 

Non-Governmental Organizations: Finding NGO publications

 

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