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Including Underrepresented Perspectives in Your Course

Resources for Finding Marginalized Perspectives

•Scholarship from outside your discipline to expand your knowledge of what is "scholarly" and "best practice"  or "challenging" for fields other than your own.
Twitter (using hashtags from your discipline to discover new research and articles and following champions of equity and inclusivity in your field)
•Anything that exposes you to new scholarship in your field (e.g. listservs, conferences, professional development, etc.)
•Archives and digital archives dedicated to preserving and elevating marginalized voices
•Oral history collections, like StoryCorps and The History Makers (through Lesley Library)
•Syllabi from Open Education Resources
•Guest speakers: a tried and true tradition
•Podcasts (authoritative ones)

Resources for Getting Started with Twitter

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