I am currently working with the Centre for Sociology, Anthropology and Politics (C-SAP) (http://www.c-sap.bham.ac.uk/
) providing admin support to the 'Teaching Religion in the Social Sciences' Special Interest Group.
It has been agreed that in order to help move the group forward we will develop a section of the C-SAP website. I want to gain your input and advice to find out what you feel is the best way to use this space and to gather your ideas, materials and suggestions in order to fulfil the potential of this opportunity.
So far, suggestions that have been put forward for the content of the website include:
- syllabus sharing and the development of a good directory of teaching resources that would build up an online 'sourcebook'.
- links to case study material and other websites or papers that could be used for teaching
- a blog on which we could share experiences/problems/successes in teaching about religion.
- links to relevant journals and articles
I am asking for your support in the form of material for the website and/or for any ideas that you would like to put forward for the development and content of the website.
Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or post messages on my Open Anthropology Ning page. It would be helpful if you could also beiefly tell me a little about yourself and your background.
I look forward to hearing back from you with all your fresh ideas and materials.