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DiversityWeb - A Resource Hub for Higher Education
The DiversityWeb staff is a group of dedicated higher education professionals devoted to connecting, amplifying and advancing campus diversity work throughout postsecondary education.
The Association of American Colleges & Universities
The AACU diversity resources page highlights its own meetings, institutes, publications, projects, and other selected diversity resources available online.
Inclusive Teaching Resources and Strategies
From the University of Michigan Center for Research on Learning and Teaching. Offers information on teaching strategies, course planning, managing classroom issues, impacts of social identity on teaching, and teaching social justice issues.
Resources for faculty, staff, students, and others interested in theories and research efforts that aim to identify and interrogate the multiplicity of human identities, experiences, and outcomes.
What's race got to do with it?
Call Number: Library Reserve DVD LC1099.3.W43 2006
The University of California, Berkeley students in this film - over the course of a 16-week intergroup dialogue program - probe and confront each other about such issues as underrepresentation, the limitations of multiculturalism, social equity, affirmative action, and their own responsibilities for making a difference.
Call Number: Library Reserve DVD HM1211.W33 2009
"Crossing Borders" is a seventy minute documentary that follows four Moroccan and four American university students as they travel together through Morocco and, in the process of discovering "The Other," discover themselves. With group travels and frank discussions, the students confront the complex implications of the supposed "clash of civilizations" between Islam and the West. The relationships formed through shared experiences contrast sharply with the media-shaped views Americans and Muslims have of each other. Humor, honesty and a willingness to be challenged all bring individuals closer to each other and the relationships that develop disarm hidden stereotypes.
Discussing diversity issues
Call Number: Library Reserve DVD LB2157.A3D57 2004
Models effective conferences that cooperating teachers and university supervisors can use when supervising student teachers. Conferences focus on multicultural and other diversity issues.
Planning intentionally for diversity
Call Number: Special Collections (non-circulating) Idaho LD2312.9.P749 2011
President M. Duane Nellis introduces and concludes this program on enhancing diversity in the student body, faculty and staff at the University of Idaho. Carmen Suarez, Director, Human Rights, Access and Inclusion, and Mark Edwards, Special Assistant to the President for Diversity, Community and Equity, give the morning's presentation. Planning for diversity needs to be a broad process that is integral to all university activities and concerned with both recruitment and retention. Drs. Suarez and Edwards describe the university's diversity efforts and the activities of the President's Diversity Council. The audience is asked to consider the strategies under goal 4 of the university's strategic plan and come up with answers to four questions. Several of the participants' answers are shared.