We’ve mentioned this site “before”:/2006/06/20/race-and-human-variation-website-is-up/ but now the AAA’s Race and Human Variation website is fully armed and operational, featuring a “blog”:http://www.understandingrace.org/cs/blogs/race/ as well as many other spiffy features. It is hard to tell who exactly the people blogging are (although you can read all about their “copyright”:http://www.understandingrace.org/about/copyright.html of the material on the site). The site is geared to non-academics, and has great interactive features like quizzes, interactive timelines, and games. It also has a lot of resources for educators, including “downloadable papers”:http://www.understandingrace.org/resources/papers_author.html and an “annotated bibliography”:http://www.understandingrace.org/resources/pdf/annotated_bibliography.pdf (PDF link). It looks like the site is powered by “Community Server”:http://communityserver.org/. I’m excited by the website and will certainly find ways to integrate it into my teaching. The “Who Is White”:http://www.understandingrace.org/lived/who_is/index.html flash quiz could certainly be paired with “All Look Same”:http://www.alllooksame.com/.