The following resources have been created by units at NIU to support equitable and inclusive teaching. If you have recommendations for additional resources to be added, please let us know!

Social Justice Education has compiled resources for faculty to use to inform their teaching, including navigating classroom dynamics, managing hot moments in the classroom, deadline with microaggressions, inclusive statements for your syllabi, and more.

View the Educator Toolkit

This toolkit is provided by the Association of College and University Educators (ACUE). It includes 10 inclusive teaching practices that can be immediately put to use to benefit both faculty and their students. These practices are tailored for online teaching but are also relevant to the physical classroom.

View the Inclusive Teaching Practices Toolkit

This extensive resource list maintained by the University Libraries includes books, articles, and video on institutional racism, anti-racism, and social justice.

View the Anti-Racism & Social Justice LibGuide

Accessibility is a civil right. In addition to the resources provided in this toolkit, the Disability Resource Center is available to consult on how to provide access to students with disabilities in your classroom.

View the Accessibility Resources

The committee has compiled additional books and articles that are worth reading. Most of these are available as eBooks from the NIU Library.

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