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Diversity and Inclusion Resource Guide: Teaching Resources





Faculty Support at Gettysburg

You don't need to do it alone! The following resources can be used by Gettysburg College faculty to support their efforts to diversify their syllabus, expand their teaching, and create a more inclusive classroom. These opportunities come from the Johnson Center for Creative Teaching and Learning, which provides faculty with opportunities to develop their teaching and can provide support for teaching for diversity and inclusion.

  • Teaching & Mentoring Resources - resources created by Gettysburg College and compiled by the JCCTL, accessible only to Gettysburg faculty and staff
  • Change-Making Grant - Funded by the JCCTL, this grant is awarded to Gettysburg College faculty to implement substantive, innovative, and long-term change to their pedagogical practice
  • Johnson Information Literacy Grant - Funded by the JCCTL, this grant is for faculty who want to (re)design a course to include an emphasis on library-related student research
  • Johnson Teaching with Special Collections Grant - Funded by the JCCTL, this grant is designed for faculty who wish to enhance a 100- or 200- level course or FYS to include archival or primary sources for student assignments
  • Open Educational Resources Grant - support for course instructors who wish to replace commercial textbooks or other required class materials with OER - supports adoption and remixing

Writing with Inclusive Terminology

Diversity Style Guide

A resource combining definitions and information on how to cover the multicultural world with accuracy, authority and sensitivity. Created by the Center for Integration and Improvement of Journalism at San Francisco State University. 

Conscious Style Guide

A collection of guides, definitions and news about conscious language for our diverse population. You can search for terms and opinions by your interest area. 

Radical Copyeditor

A blog on radical copyediting that "helps language live up to its most radical potential—serving the ends of access, inclusion, and liberation, rather than maintaining oppression and the status quo".