UA Native Net reaches out to educators and their students with a variety of materials.
NativeNet courses make use of modern educational technology to deliver information and scholarship in an interactive, engaging format. The courses are taught by leading scholars and authorities in the field, including the faculty of the University of Arizona Native Nations Institute and Indigenous Peoples Law & Policy Program. The courses are designed to move at the student’s pace, with opportunity to test one’s knowledge throughout the course itself.
The courses also lend themselves to use by educators in their classrooms, whether as stand-alone topics or as chapters in broader discussions or presentations. The matters discussed and materials contained in the courses all provide a basis for intellectual engagement and discussion.
In addition to the courses, educators and students will be interested in UA NativeNet’s overviews. These provide educators and students basic, general information about a large variety of subjects of interest to them and which are at the front of scholarly research and debate in Indian law and international indigenous law.