These resources provide best practices for inclusive instruction, particularly while teaching remotely.
Tools for Inclusive Teaching: The Rossier School of Education website at the University of Southern California focuses on tools and strategies for inclusive teaching. It is organized around different facets of diversity — gender, sexual orientation, race, social class, disability, etc. — and includes web resources and scholarly articles from a variety of leading institutions.
Inclusive Excellence: Appalachian State University offers insight into “humanizing” on-line instruction.
Inclusion, Equity and Access While Teaching Remotely: A blog from Rice University’s Center for Teaching Excellence offers tips on how to create a more inclusive learning environment while teaching remotely.
Identifying and Responding to Bias Incidents: This general audience website focuses on identifying and responding to bias incidents, offering 10 tips for identifying bias and seven tips for responding to bias.