This site provides information and resources to participants in the curriculum transformation seminar at the Information School (Visitors are also welcome to browse!). You will find answers about scheduled workshops, readings, and presenters. Throughout the 2009-2010 academic year, faculty will be working on infusing course content and practices that promote understanding of diversity and builds inclusiveness in the learning environment. If you have any questions or would like more information, please feel free to contact Cynthia del Rosario, Director of Graduate Minority Recruitment and Retention, at email@example.com
This seminar is made possible through the leadership, collaboration, and support of the UW Center for Curriculum Transformation. The Information School is grateful to our colleagues who give their creative energies and time to help us improve the quality of our learning environment for all students.
Goals of the Seminar
- To empower faculty members to teach Native American and Alaska Native students more effectively and to teach all students about Native American and indigenous cultures, with a particular focus on Alaskan and Northwest cultures.
- To prepare information professionals to serve inclusive communities.
- To develop theoretical frameworks and pedagogies for teaching diverse students and multicultural content.
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