There are a variety of resources on the Web that can help professors incorporate issues of diversity into their classes. The resources listed below include quizzes, interactive timelines, articles, archival images and documents, definitions, slide shows, and audio and video clips. Each resource emphasizes one or more of the following issues: the social construction of difference, structured inequality, and/or the power and privilege of dominant groups. These sites can be incorporated into lectures, used to stimulate class discussion, or used as homework or class work assignments. Many of these Web resources include teaching guides with suggestions on how to use the site in the classroom.
If you would like to submit sites to this list, please e-mail Heather Rellihan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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(This is a work-in-progress and subject to change.)