Textbook Adoption Form
This form is intended to collect information about the faculty, institutions and students who are using Explorations: An Open Invitation to Biological Anthropology textbook. We (the editors of this textbook) will use this information to report back on the use and adoption of the text to our granting institution, Minnesota State and other institutional affiliations.

Please fill out this form if you have already adopted or have plans to adopt this textbook for use as an educational material in a course or classroom. If you have any questions about this form, you may contact the editorial committee at: explorationstextbook@gmail.com.

Your input is extremely valuable and will help us continue to provide support for this project and other high quality open access anthropology educational materials. We thank you in advance for your time.

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Institution Name
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Course name (in which you use the textbook)
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When did you/When will you first adopt the textbook (term and year)?
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Approximately how many students will use or currently use this textbook at your institution each year?
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If this textbook is replacing another textbook, what is the approximate cost savings per student?
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Would you like to be added to our email list to receive updates on the project?
Is there any component(s) of the textbook that you would like to see added or changed in future additions?
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Please note, by January 2020 we will publish ancillary materials that support this textbook including a testbank and PowerPoints. If you develop any additional support materials that you are willing to share as open access resources on our website, please contact us at: explorationstextbook@gmail.com
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