Create more equitable student learning enviroments
The Reinvention Collaborative hosted a town hall discussion with Dr. Claude Steele, featuring Dr. Mary Murphy of Indiana University Bloomington, followed by a panel of research university leaders highlighting their use of social psychological interventions to create more equitable student learning environments.
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Learn more about effective uses of new (and not-so-new) technology in your classroom
Create a classroom environment that allows all students the opportunity to be successful
Enforce academic integrity policies and support student success
The Office of Disability Services (ODS) provides the necessary tools, resources, and support for students with disabilities and for faculty to better support disabled students.
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The Office of Academic Services (OAS) and the Office of Community Standards and Student Development are dedicated to student success, including academic and professional development. They work with faculty to ensure they know the role they play in upholding and promoting the conduct philosophy.
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Avoid gender bias in reference writing
Academic Technology Services (ATS) partners with faculty and students to provide educational technology support and enrich coursework creating excellence in teaching and learning.
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Working on student letters of recommendation? This may help: "Avoiding gender bias in reference writing", by the University of Arizona Commission on the Status of Women
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