U of G Courselink Modules
Principles of Belonging: Anti-Oppression and Anti-Racism. This is a an informative module that covers “fundamental anti-oppression principles” as well as equity and diversity, and talks about how to engage in anti-racism.
Making Education Accessible. This module discusses accessibility of courses and the value of inclusion in the workplace.
Accessible Service Provision. Similar to Making Education Accessible, this module also relates to the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) but with a focus on customer service standards.
Positive Space Training. Developed with input from members of the U of G’s LGBTQ2SIA+ community, the Positive Space Project online training will help develop important skills and resources needed to work successfully with members of LGBTQ2SIA+ communities while making the campus a safe, welcoming environment for everyone, said Jarred Sanchez-Cacino, sexual and gender diversity adviser with U of G’s Student Experience.
Grant Writing with an EDI perspective. This zoom-based webinar was led by Dr. Imogen R. Coe where she discussed best practices on writing equality, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) statements for grant proposals and job statements. It was hosted by the Ryerson Career and Co-op Centre (RCCC) Canadian Society for Molecular Biosciences (CSMB) on Feb 17, 2021. Click the link to watch the webinar.
EDI for Scientists. This lecture was given by Prof. Lisa Willis, Assistant Professor, Biological Sciences, University of Alberta and focuses on what faculty need to know when preparing EDI statements.
- Rainbow Diversity Institute. Consultancy that provides a range of EDI training programs.
From Linkedin Learning
- Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging for Leaders and Managers
- Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging for All
- Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging for HR Professionals and Leaders
Gender-based Analysis Plus (GBA+). This course from the Government of Canada provides a basic introduction to GBA+, an analytical process used to assess how different women, men and gender diverse people may experience policies, programs and initiatives.
Made-in-Canada Athena SWAN (Scientific Women's Academic Network). The Athena Swan model was first implemented in the UK and is now being developed by the Government of Canada. This is a certification program intended to drive cultural change within higher education and research.