Human Relations Area Files, Inc. (HRAF)
Wednesday, 6 November 2013
HRAF free semester-long trial
Wed 12/01/2011. Human Relations Area Files (HRAF), a non-profit research organization at Yale University, would like to offer your institution a free semester-long trial for the eHRAF World Cultures/Archaeology databases. The eHRAF databases are ideal for research and teaching, especially for those researching either individual societies or conducting cross-cultural studies on particular subjects. Please call Christiane Cunnar (HRAF Member Services) at 203-764-9401 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for password information and other inquiries.
Human Relations Area Files (HRAF) free trial
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eHRAF Collection of Ethnography database (18/1/07)
eHRAF Collection of Archaeology database (18/1/07)
Outline of Cultural Materials (OCM) Subject Categories (18/1/07)
eHRAF Key Features:
*Full-text materials (books, journal articles, dissertations) on all aspects of cultural and social life
*Western & non-Western cultures, ethnic minorities, indigenous people, and archaeological traditions
*Subject indexing at the paragraph-level for efficient retrieval of information
*Online teaching ideas for faculty
*Up to 70% savings for membership starting at $450
"We are excited because we've revamped the interface (hopefully) making it more user-friendly and adding new features. With the membership and access to eHRAF we provide quite a bit of support for librarians, faculty, students, and researchers. For example, we provide informational group sessions (in form of online webinars) for librarians to tell them which disciplines and courses can use eHRAF and to give an overview of eHRAF. We help faculty to incorporate eHRAF (see http://www.yale.edu/hraf/teaching.htm for some online student exercises) into their course curriculum and often provide customized webinars for classes. We also like to stay in touch with researchers who can email us their research topics, and depending on the topic, we provide search strategies to use eHRAF's cultures and subjects in getting the most out of eHRAF." (6/11/13)
Contact: Christiane Cunnar, Member Services, Human Relations Area Files (HRAF) at Yale University (6/11/13)
CAUL Pricing / Offers to CAUL/CEIRC
Members only documents are accessible from the display at the end of this page.
Consortium Membership (8/1/07)
Affordable consortium membership is now available. For two or more institutions we offer lower consortium dues tied to "FTE" full-time enrollment for students in a fall semester. The dues for the ethnography (E) database are listed first, followed by the dues for the archaeology (A) database (in italics).
< 4,000 FTE = E$1395/A$795
4,001 - 12,000 FTE = E$1795/A$895
12,001 - 20,000 FTE = E$2495/A$1095
> 20,000 FTE = E$2895/A$1195
Trial details (24/8/99)