ID and eLearning Links (7/8/18)

Clive on Learning: Gender equality and the design dilemma Do you think about gender representation when selecting images for elearning? This post doesn’t mention other forms of representation, but I think the discussion of organizational culture applies to other dimensions of inclusion too. tags:e-learning instructionaldesign equity nappy | Beautiful, high-res photos of black and brown

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ID and eLearning Links (5/6/18)

A Habit-based Approach to Racial Bias | Usable Learning Summary of research that successfully reduced implicit bias by helping people recognize their bias and establish new habits for behavior. Several strategies are described, including taking others’ perspective and using positive counter examples. tags:research training diversity equity Hack ID Free resources for new instructional designers, including

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ID and E-Learning Links (12/4/2016)

Research says there are ways to reduce racial bias. Calling people racist isn’t one of them. – Vox Evidence on how to combat racism and bias (and how not to do it) tags:psychology equity diversity “Telling people they’re racist, sexist, and xenophobic is going to get you exactly nowhere,” said Alana Conner, executive director of

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