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Systemic Racism: Inclusive Pedagogy Resources


Inclusive Pedagogy Resources

The following list of resources was distributed by Jennie Marie Durán, J.D., Assistant Vice Chancellor and Affirmative Action Officer
The State University of New York (SUNY) System Administration


Below is a set of links containing resources on inclusive pedagogy including books, articles, toolkits and best practices which will be helpful for faculty in creating an inclusive environment when students return to campuses either virtually or in-person fall 2020.  Please note the resources below were chosen specifically with the current pandemic situation in mind. 

The link below is a toolkit of sorts that breaks down populations (race, gender, disability) and also includes articles and offers resources for inclusive teaching. 

The link below is from Appalachian State University and offers insight into “humanizing” on-line instruction

The blog below offers tips on how to create a more inclusive learning environment while teaching remotely. 

This website is from Cornell and has resources on Inclusive Teaching, Connecting with students and Universal Design

This comprehensive link is from ACUE (The Association of College and Universities) and has a complete toolkit on inclusive teaching practices including “how to” videos, 10 practical tips and other reading resources. 

This comprehensive website is part of Georgetown’s Center for New Designs in Learning and Scholarship with resources for fall 2020 specifically and guidance for professors on inclusive techniques with workshop options 

SUNY Cortland has workshops on inclusive teaching this fall 2020 on the attached link

Denison LibGuide on Diversity & Inclusion Resources: Inclusive Pedagogy-This link will send you to articles, books, eBooks and database as a resource for inclusive pedagogy