Posts Categorized: Good Reads

Experiences and Needs Trans Community

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Due to prejudice and discrimination in education and employment based on gender identity and expression, transgender and gender nonconforming students may be more likely to attend community colleges than four-year institutions.  This article describes the problems often faced by transgender community college students and offers suggestions for how an institution can become more transgender inclusive […]

16 Ways to be a Transgender Advocate and Ally

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Wondering how you can make a difference in being a trans ally?  Check out this quick list of tips on how you can be an advocate for the transgender community in small but meaningful ways every day! Article 5

Consider College Options Carefully as a Transgender Student

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No matter how inclusive a college campus may be in theory, there is a list of criteria that matters to trans students, faculty, and staff in practice.  This article provides an overview of the policies, procedures, and physical space considerations that make a big difference in establishing a trans-inclusive college climate. Article 6

Perceptions of Campus Climate and Engagement for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Community College Students

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The article explores a 2011 case study that investigates the extent to which the community campus climate engages and supports LGBTQI students.  It raises valuable points on how we can learn from LGBTQI student characteristics and experiences to promote better inclusive student engagement and campus climates. Article 1

Applying the Seven Learning Principles to Creating LGBT-Inclusive Classrooms

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    Issues of gender identity and expression, sex, and sexual orientation can and do influence student learning and performance.  While LGBTQI students do not learn differently from other students, their unique identities can be at odds with heterosexual and binary assumptions made in the classroom or on campus.  In this article, you can read […]

The Reading Is In Your Pocket!

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Listening to articles in pocket is great for auditory learners! Pocket was founded in 2007 by Nate Weiner to help people save interesting articles, videos and more from the web for later enjoyment. Once saved to Pocket, the list of content is visible on any device — phone, tablet or computer. It can be viewed […]

Socialnomics

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Special Thanks to Jennifer Bacelice for sharing this great video on the power of socialnomics, which is also a book. Anyone interested in reading and chatting about this book? Let me know.  The video really made me think. And what scared me most, is how much the data presented in the video has changed in just the […]

Digital Darwinism and the Dawn of Generation C

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  Just finished reading Digital Darwinism and the Dawn of Generation C. It is a very fast read that offers some interesting ideas that are food for both thought and conversation, so I wanted to share it with the Circles Audience. In it, Brian Solis talks about how Generation C is changing the game. According […]