When you connect to resources from off-campus, you'll be directed to CAS (Central Authentication Services) to enter the username and password you use to login to your home campus network.
This guide is created in support of EnviroLab Asia's thematic focus in research, teaching, and learning for 2018, which is on Southeast Asia in general and Thailand in particular. Click on the side menu and you will find selective resources in various formats, mostly e-books and e-videos related to the themes of the trip for you to explore on the way, in the field, or back on campus.
About EnviroLab Asia
"EnviroLab Asia is a laboratory for cross-disciplinary research and experiential learning that links knowledge with practice. We aim to engage communities and explore what comes out of the intellectual exchange between the humanities and social sciences, environmental analysis, and various other fields to generate new scholarship about environmental issues in Asia. This is an initiative at the Claremont Colleges funded by the Henry Luce Foundation’s LIASE (Luce Initiative on Asian Studies and the Environment) Program, which focuses on East and Southeast Asia."
-- From the Mission Statement of EnviroLab Asia
EnviroLab Asia provides an experiential learning component known as the Clinic Trip, where students and faculty travel to specific sites in Asia to study environmental issues there at the end of the spring semester. Prior to the Clinic Trip during the spring semester, students are required to take EnviroLab Asia Classes and labs, which are co-taught by two professors from different disciplines. The themes of the classes will change year-to-year, depending on the location of the Clinic Trip. For 2018 it is Thailand.