HRAF Database Training for Faculty

When:
Tuesday, November 15 at 3PM and Tuesday, November 22 at 11AM
Where:
The LTC Lab (RL23)

The CET and Rohrbach Library invite all faculty to a one-hour, hands-on training session on two new important research databases: HRAF ethnography and HRAF archaeology

The training will be conducted by Christiane Cunner, HRAF Coordinator, Yale University, via conference phone.

The eHRAF Collection of Ethnography is a unique cross-cultural database with full-text ethnographies that are subject-indexed at the paragraph-level for precise retrieval of information on all aspects of cultural and social life. The eHRAF Collection of Archaeology is a Web-based, full-text database with information on prehistory of the world. This database is unique in that the paragraphs are indexed with subject index codes for quick and precise retrieval of information.

For more detailed information on the databases and the training session, please see the online flyer (click on the image to inlarge): http://www.kutztown.edu/CET/current_events/FlyerRevision.jpg

1 Response to “HRAF Database Training for Faculty”


  1. 1 Bob Flatley November 4, 2005 at 4:03 pm

    Thanks Karen, this looks good. Hopefully faculty will take advantage of this important training.


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