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New online course in human evolution

John Hawks has announced a new course in human evolution, starting in January 2014, which you can sign up for.


The materials are designed to guide students on their own distinctive paths of discovery. Short documentary videos highlight the most up-to-date science and bring students virtually into some of the most famous archaeological sites. With a series of interviews, students will hear about new ideas from many of the world's leading experts. Students who are experimenting with the world of personal genomics can see how their own genetic results fit into global and historical patterns. And together students will build and test scenarios of how human evolution may continue in the future.


I've no idea how this will work out, but it sounds exciting so I've signed up. The link is here for anyone interested.

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