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Balancing inclusion with academic freedom

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Josie Fraser reflects on navigating the line between academic freedom and inclusion The post Balancing inclusion with academic freedom appeared first on Wonkhe. A gender-critical academic is taking their university to tribunal claiming harassment.

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Lecture recordings make for inclusive learning

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Research from Emily Nordman and Chiara Horlin highlights the benefits neurodiverse students see from lecture recordings The post Lecture recordings make for inclusive learning appeared first on Wonkhe.

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4 ways Cengage is strengthening diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging in course materials

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Cengage believes diversity and inclusion can advance the way students learn. Here’s how they have fully integrated DEI&B into their instructional design process, in the social sciences and beyond.

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NCAA Kicks Off Inclusion Forum

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The NCAA kicked off its annual Inclusion Forum on Wednesday, with a guest appearance by Dawn Staley, head coach of the University of South Carolina's women's basketball team. Educational programming focuses on each of the inclusion's five core areas of disability, international, LGBTQ, race/ethnicity and women.

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How do we really create ‘inclusive’ spaces for BAME staff and students?

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In higher education, we see many statements about providing safe and ‘inclusive’ spaces. The post How do we really create ‘inclusive’ spaces for BAME staff and students? Rhianna Garrett asks what this really means for Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic (BAME) staff and students. appeared first on Wonkhe.

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Diversity at HBCUs Explored at NCAA Inclusion Forum

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That topic was among many issues discussed Thursday at the NCAA Inclusion Forum. The annual forum brought together more than 650 students, faculty, athletic directors, and administrators for a three-day conversation focused on enhancing diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging initiatives at colleges and universities.

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Campus Free Expression, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Can — and Must — Coexist

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We do that by gathering diverse, inclusive communities where all feel supported and encouraged to share different views and perspectives. The values of freedom of expression, diversity, and inclusion are inherently connected to and dependent on one another. Friction among those with varying viewpoints has always existed.