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|Resources on online ethnography||Anthropology Matters|
|So You Want to Host a Twitter Conference…||Jessica DeWitt|
|UNC Chapel Hill Principles during the corona crisis||Brandon Bayne|
|English, Catalan and Spanish resources on investigation and communication on development||Alba Sud|
|GO-FOX tool for teaching teaching political ecology of conservation in an interactive way||Future of Conservation|
|Tutorials for virtual teaching and learning||University of Antioquia|
|ZOOM: for online webinars, conference calls, teaching and live stream teaching|
A Zoom webinar tutorial from DRIFT available here.
|Mediasite Desktop Recorder: for online teaching, not live-streamed. Allows pre-recording lectures and post them online. Can switch between recording desktop, i.e. powerpoint presentation, and a camera on me, or other documents you wish to show students from my desktop, such as articles, white papers, you tube clips etc.|
|Ferraz de Oliveira, A., ed. (2020). Resources for remote research in|
Human Geography. (crowd-sourced document). Available here.
|Ferraz de Oliveira, A.|
|Lupton, D. (editor) (2020) Doing fieldwork in a pandemic (crowd-sourced document). Available here.||Lupton, D.|
|Conducting feminist research during lockdown. Available here.|