Equity in online teaching resources offered

Equity in online teaching resources offered

05/19/2020 

The President’s Council for Inclusive Excellence (PCIE) recently thanked faculty and staff for their efforts to make the shift to online instruction in an inclusive and equitable manner.

Council co-chairs AnnaMaria Cirrincione, director of multicultural life and diversity, and Anne Burns Thomas, professor of foundations and social advocacy, also shared some resources for guidance and support provided by SUNY System Administration.

In addition, the council welcomes volunteers from SUNY faculty already well-versed in these practices to develop a webinar for faculty colleagues as part of the SUNY Remote Teaching Clinic. Those interested should contact the Office of the Provost by email.

These resources and upcoming events will also be on the Institutional Equity and Inclusion Office website.

Along with the resources shared above, the council is interested in potentially hosting future professional development opportunities. Please fill out this form to let us know your needs and what you are interested in learning about.

 


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