Equity and inclusion is at the forefront of teaching and learning at Hartnell College. Use the resources below to learn more about becoming a champion for equity and inclusion in your online courses and beyond. You may also wish to learn more about Hartnell College's Office of Equity Program, the LGBTQIA+ alliance, or Umoja community resources.
Accessibility & Instructional Design Resources: Learn how to make your online courses accessible to all of your students.
Canvas Student Support Resource Page: Help your students by providing them with additional Canvas support resources. You can also direct them to the Panther Learning Labs, or even give them access to the Quest for Success online, self-paced support course!
CAST: Learn more about this organization that promotes the Universal Design for Learning framework.
CUE Syllabus Review Tool: Use this Syllabus re-design inquiry guide created by the Center for Urban Education (CUE) to re-design your Syllabus and other course content to promote racial and ethnic equity and inclusion.
Hartnell College Equity Rubric: Use this equity-centered rubric to evaluate your own courses and make the learning experience more equitable for all students.
Peralta Equity Rubric: Here's another equity-centered rubric that can be used to evaluate your own courses and make the online learning experience more equitable for all students.
Pronouns/Names in Canvas: Did you know students (and you!) can set personal pronouns in Canvas? Watch this tutorial video to learn how! You can also change your name to reflect your identity in your Canvas account settings.
Vision Resource Center: Use the *free* resources provided by the Chancellor's office to learn more about equity and inclusion, including webinars on state initiatives, on-demand professional development courses, and more!
Want even more equity-focused training, including interactive online professional development courses led by experts in the field? Check out Educators 4 Equity and Justice.