Anti-Racism Community Resources
Much more work needs to be done within CEEA-ACEG and institutions across Canada to make engineering education more inclusive and equitable, specifically through anti-racism work and actions. The EDI SIG (Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Special Interest Group) is working with CEEA-ACEG to gather anti-racism resources from higher education institutions and affiliate organizations as resources for our members.
If you would like to add your institution’s action plans and resources to this list please complete this form where you can upload documents and provide links.
While we create our index, please take a moment to review the wealth of information gathered by the American Society of Engineering Education (ASEE).
Quick Guides / Guides rapides
These quick 2-page documents have been reviewed through the E-CORE / CIEL Network to ensure a high quality of information and a concise, easy-to-follow guide. / Ces documents de 2 pages ont été revus par le biais du réseau E-CORE / CIEL pour garantir une information de haute qualité et un guide concis et facile à suivre.
These resources do not necessarily follow the same Quick Guide format (e.g. longer or shorter than 2 pages, not reviewed through E-CORE Network, etc.), but they provide more detailed information on important topics related to online and remote education in a high-quality format.
|Land Acknowledgements Guide (Engineers Canada)|
Reconnaissance des Premières Nations et des territoires ancestraux (Ingénieurs Canada)
|Virtual Icebreakers: a Community Building Tool|
Succinct checklists on important topics related to online instruction in engineering education that can be used by instructors across disciplines.
|Course Design Checklist||Supporting Student Mental Health in the Virtual Classroom|
Engineering Education Research Snacks
E-CORE/CIEL has partnered with Susan McCahan (UofT) and many individuals from the Institute of Engineering Education Research (IEER) to bring you these EER Snacks. These 1-2 page Snacks can be used as introductions for new researchers or summer students, or as refreshers for even the most experienced researchers.
The tables below contain links to course material in the form of Open Educational Resources (OERs). These course materials have been developed with the intention to share broadly and are shared under Creative Commons Licensing. For more information, see the E-CORE Quick Guide on OERs and Creative Commons Licensing.
Click on the headings below to expand the table of relevant links. If you have suggestions for links to add to any of these sections, please contact us at [email protected].
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