“Keep Teaching” online community; inclusion and equity
The folks at K-State Global Campus created a free online community to share resources and ideas around academic continuity. It's called Keep Teaching: Resources for Higher Ed and, in less than a week, the group has over 1,000 members from all over the world and in a range of positions and roles in higher ed. Learn more and join here: https://keep-teaching-resources-for-higher-ed.mn.co/share/zcTzuEj_gszfyTfc?utm_source=manual.
The following post on the blog of the Center for Teaching and Learning at Rice U. offers guidance about how to maintain attend to issues of inclusion and equity while transitioning to remote instruction. All students can and should be made to feel included, no matter our teaching modality and strategies.
Inclusion, Equity, and Access While Teaching Remotely (From the Center for Teaching Excellence blog at Rice University)