Anthropology Digital Resource Pool

Click Image for Larger ViewCreated during the Fall 2007 semester as part of the US Department of Education Scholar’s Box project, the UC Berkeley Anthropology Digital Resource Pool is designed to facilitate sharing of digital research and teaching materials among Anthropology faculty, students, and the public. During the Fall/Spring 07 pilot, we worked with select faculty to help them create, use, and share their research and teaching collections. The collection currently contains more than 80,000 items, including research and teaching materials and student projects. We will be making much of this content publicly available through the Open Archaeology Collection.

UC Berkeley Department of Anthropology Digital Resource Pool [password protected]

Project Team
Advisors: Ruth Trigham, Meg Conkey, Suzanne Calpestri
DRP Project Director: Noah Wittman
Database Architect: Michael Ashley
Digitization Manager: Lizzy Ha
Web Design & Communications: Jeanne Lopiparo
Digitization, Metadata Entry: Denise Phelps
Research & Evaluation: Rockman et al

The Digital Resource Pool was funded in large part by the US Department of Education Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education (FIPSE Grant # P116B040739).


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