Working in conjunction with the HHMI Initiative leadership team, the Library has compiled resources to support inclusive teaching at Gustavus. This guide will benefit all members of the community, whether you're participating directly in the HHMI Initiative or not. Explore the guide and browse its resources. Return often, as we'll keep adding useful resources on an ongoing basis. If you have resources you'd like to add - or a topic you'd like us to research more in order to identify resources - please email Julie Gilbert.
While some of the resources included in this guide are written for K-12 audiences, the majority are focused on higher education. We included some K-12 resources, however, as many of the principles and methods can be translated to an undergraduate classroom.
A lot of scholarship and practical advice about inclusive teaching can be found in the Education literature. We've linked to the major education database (ERIC) below, along with two additional databases aimed at K-12 teachers. In addition to consulting the resources on this guide, we encourage you to search the literature directly, too.