Welcome to the online study guide to accompany
Biological Anthropology 2/E
Noel T. Boaz and Alan J. Almquist
Washington State University and California State
University - Hayward
Features of this site include:
- chapter learning objectives that help students organize key concepts.
- online quizzes which include instant scoring and coaching.
- writing activities that foster critical thinking.
- essay questions that test students' critical thinking skills.
- dynamic web links that provide a valuable source of supplemental information.
- key word searches that are easy to use and feature built-in search engines.
- built-in routing that gives students the ability to forward essay responses and graded quizzes to their instructors.
- an extensive faculty module that includes PowerPoint TM slides, presentation graphics, and lecture hints and activities.
Visit this site when you want to gain a richer
perspective and a deeper understanding of the
concepts and issues discussed in Biological
Special thanks to our web authors:
Elaine Silverstein and Alan J. Almquist
and a special thanks to the Jane Goodall Institute
To enter this site, select a chapter from the menu above and click "Begin."