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          The AAC&U maintains a rich collection of materials on diversity issues – Diversity Web.

You might recognize Professor Wise Young and his students in one of the montage images.


          This article by Sylvia Hurtado is a introduction to the research areas on these issues and is found under the general heading of “Benefits of Diversity.”


          Sylvia Hurtado also has an entire website on “Active Learning in Diverse Classrooms” where she is the Director of the Higher Education Research Institute at the University of California at Los Angeles


annotated list of videos


Center for Teaching at University of Massachusetts, Amherst


Other links:


Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning, Harvard University


Teaching for Inclusion – reference guide developed by the staff of The Center for Teaching and Learning  -  University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill


Diversity and Complexity in the Classroom: Considerations of Race, Ethnicity, and Gender By Barbara Gross Davis, University of California, Berkeley.   A chapter from her book Tools for Teaching


The Center or Instructional Development and Research at the University of Washington has a collection of resources and strategies for “Working with Diverse Groups of Students”


Abstracts of chapters from Promoting Diversity in College Classrooms, Maurianne Adams, Editor New Directions in Teaching and Learning, 1992, Volume 52



A Newsletter from the Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning, North Carolina State University with “student voices” perspective



Diversity in Business at Fisher College
Teaching in the diverse classroom in a global economy means more than addressing
issues of diversity or multi-culturalism



Collection of online resources:


Resources for Teaching in Diverse Classrooms

University of Michigan, Center for Research on Teaching and Learning



Sites linked to educational/teaching programs:


The Education Alliance at Brown University





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