Diversity & Democracy: Civic Learning for Shared Futures
Diversity Innovations Civic Learning for Shared Futures
Diversity & Democracy Volume 11, Number 3  

Diversity & Democracy
Volume 12,
Number 3

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About This Issue
Featured Topic: Shared Futures
Teaching Diversity and Democracy across the Disciplines: Who, What, and How
Infusing Diversity in the Sciences and Professional Disciplines
Creating Interdisciplinary and
Global Perspectives through Community-Based Research
Literature, Literacy, and Multiculturalism in the Expanded Classroom
Diversity Content as a Gateway to Deeper Learning
Preparing Globally Competitive, Collaborative, and Compassionate Students
Education in a Mash-up Culture
Campus Practice
Envisioning Interdisciplinarity
Global Design Studio
Research Report
Surveys Suggest Positive Trends Related to Diversity and Civic Education
And More...
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Racial Equity Tools
Cosponsored by the Center for Assessment and Policy Development and MP Associates, the Racial Equity Tools Web site provides a compendium of helpful resources for educators and activists hoping to spark change within their communities. Designed to support social justice work at multiple stages, the Web site consolidates key readings and provides tips for applying them. To access the site's resources, visit www.racialequitytools.org.

Diversity and Inclusive Teaching
The Vanderbilt Center for Teaching's Web site includes an array of resources for instructors teaching diverse student groups. Featured topics include tips for developing an inclusive curriculum and strategies for creating an inclusive classroom environment. The Web site, which links to external articles, is available at www.vanderbilt.edu/cft/resources/teaching_
resources/ interactions/diversity.htm

Exploring Teamwork Essentials
Recognizing that students must learn skills for effective teamwork in order to be successful in work and in life, consultant Scott Boone created the Exploring Teamwork Essentials program to introduce students to core principles of teamwork. The program is designed for use in college classrooms or residential halls and emphasizes the importance of recognizing and valuing diversity. For more information, visit www.positivediversity.com.

Questions, comments, and suggestions regarding Diversity & Democracy should be directed to Kathryn Peltier Campbell at campbell@aacu.org.
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