Training

In the Classroom

Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning (CITL) Teaching Resources on Diversity and Inclusion has training for various topics including:  Managing Difficult Classroom Discussions Sexual Harassment in Learning Contexts, Integrating International Students into Your Class, and more

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CEWiT for Equity

The Center of Excellence for Women in Technology (CEWiT) provides helpful resources for advocates and allies for Equity.

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Intercultural Learning IUPUI Community of Practice

Faculty members are tasked with the responsibility of creating safe spaces for students. In these classroom spaces, students grapple with real-world discrepancies in beliefs, ideologies, values, and/or opinions. This response guide offers six steps to apply when planning and responding to hot topics in your classroom. A hot topics issue is any subject matter that seems to divide students on the stance they take toward the stated issue.

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Safety Training at IU

IU Environmental Health and Safety offers both online and classroom safety training sessions for staff, faculty, and students to ensure those who work on IU’s campuses have the knowledge and skills needed to reduce the risk of injury while performing work tasks.

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Outside the classroom: Police and Public Safety

Indiana University employs a variety of methods to provide emergency and safety information. This includes going “old school,” using sirens, public address systems, social media, radios and broadcast media, and people in the form of building managers, Emergency Control Committees and residence hall personnel. It also entails newer technologies such as text messages, webpages, and a consolidated communications system called IU-Notify.

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