• Diversity, Inclusion, and Accessibility
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Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Course Collection for Higher Ed

Part of Canopy Programs®

About This Course Collection

The need for diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) on our campuses has never been as self-evident. “Social justice” is no longer just a rallying cry; instead, it’s one of the crucial measures by which an institution is judged. This course collection doesn’t attempt to assign blame, but rather seeks to encourage dialogue and understanding between different races, religions, ages, gender identities, and people with disabilities at your institution.

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Committing to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion – Faculty and Staff

Faculty and staff learn how to recognize and reflect on their own cultural biases while contributing toward an inclusive environment where all perspectives are considered.

Audience

Faculty & Staff

Course Length

25 minutes

Languages

English, Spanish

Committing to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion – Faculty and Staff

This course will help learners understand how to:

  • Differentiate the terms diversity, inclusion, and equity
  • Recognize and reflect on your own cultural biases
  • Examine intersectionality to see how your own cultural identity influences your own perspective, biases, fears, and comfort levels
  • Seek commonality and understanding with people who are not in your in- or out-group
  • Identify possible roadblocks to our being equally united across racial, cultural, and gender lines

Committing to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion – Supervisors

Supervisors learn how to recognize and reflect on their own cultural biases while cultivating an inclusive environment where all perspectives are considered.

Audience

Supervisors

Course Length

25 minutes

Languages

English, Spanish

This course will help learners understand how to:

  • Differentiate the terms diversity, inclusion, and equity
  • Recognize and reflect on your own cultural biases
  • Examine intersectionality to see how your own cultural identity influences your own perspective, biases, fears, and comfort levels
  • Seek commonality and understanding with people who are not in your in- or out-group
  • Identify possible roadblocks to our being equally united across racial, cultural, and gender lines
  • Present steps to help create an inclusive environment where all perspectives are considered for the cooperative effort of your institution
  • Explain how the lack of diversity and inclusive learning can impact student engagement and learning

Committing to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion – Students

Students learn how to recognize and reflect on their own cultural biases while contributing toward an inclusive environment where all perspectives are considered.

Audience

Students

Course Length

25 minutes

Languages

English

This course will help learners how to:

  • Differentiate the terms diversity, inclusion, and equity
  • Recognize and reflect on your own cultural biases and examine intersectionality to see how your own cultural identity influences your own perspective, biases, fears, and comfort levels
  • Seek commonality and understanding with people who are not in your in- or out-group
  • Identify possible roadblocks to our being equally united across racial, cultural, and gender lines

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