After many years of crafting a series of labs for Human Osteology, a course that I've taught at three different universities serving three very different bodies of students, I decided to stick them all together, along with a bunch of handouts and charts, into one big PDF. It can be yours in an instant via this link. (Or yours within a week or so if you want the printed copy.) If you want to check out a sample lab first to whet your appetite, here's a link to that at Academia.edu.
So, as a compromise between giving money to a publisher and giving this away for free, I've slapped a creative commons license on it, which means you can do just about anything you want with it (print for students, stick it on your eLearning site, adapt as needed for your own course) except publish it as your own (duh). I of course always appreciate appropriate credit, especially if you use the activities in an academic paper or presentation.
One thing I've wanted to do for a while is to create fill-in-able PDFs for the lab activities and the charts, but I also think that a Human Osteology workbook that is completely online is perhaps the best idea, especially if students can fill in their assignments and then click a button to email them to the instructor. I do all my professional data collection in a database (so, paperless) and it's weird to me that I still make my students fill out paper forms. If you want to help make these labs and worksheets 21st century compliant, drop me a line (killgrove at uwf dot edu). I'd totally be up for collaborating to make this more professional.
Finally, for more about my teaching, you can click on the "Teaching" tag below. I've got posts on this blog that detail my implementation of activities in the workbook like "OsteOlympics," and there are even some activities that are here on the blog but not in the book like "Osteo 'Beer' Pong."
I'm hoping this helps those of you teaching Human Osteology this coming academic year! And of course I always welcome feedback (even if it's as simple as a typo in the workbook).