Post-Election Resources

The Division for Equity and Inclusion, in partnership with various other departments and organizations, is hard at work gathering resources for those teaching and interacting on campus during these uncertain days and times of heightened stress.

Please feel free to forward any items you feel may be beneficial to share with others to diverse@unm.edu and we will post or link to them from this page. 

Provost Holloway's Dispatch
from 10/30/2020


https://provost.unm.edu/academic-dispatch/archive/2020/10-30-2020-academic-dispatch.pdf 
American Political Science Association


Post-Election Resources: Teaching, Learning, Supporting

Creating Identity Safety in the
Classroom as the 2020 Election Approaches


https://studentexperienceproject.org/creating-identity-safety-in-the-classroom-as-the-2020-election-approaches/


How to Foster Identity Safety in Three Election-Related Scenarios


https://studentexperienceproject.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/Election-support-resource.pdf

Lobo Living Room:
Caring for UNM and the Community

Thursday, November 12, 2020
6:30pm-8pm

Click here for details and to RSVP 




NCFDD Support Resources *

*You must be a registered as a member of NCFDD to access resources. 
For more information click here.


http://www.facultydiversity.org/support






Protect the Pack On-line Post-Election

Academic Technologies and OEO hosted Protecting the Pack: Preventing trolling, doxing and zoom bombing.


UNM’s New Guidelines for Preventing
and Responding to Doxing, Trolling, Zoom bombing, and other hazards of
web meetings

 

 

Find it on OEO’s website, and HERE.

 


https://webmeetings.unm.edu

https://webmeetings.unm.edu/online-safety/responding-to-incidents.html 

 

Trauma Informed Teaching and Learning (for teachers)


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XqcTbipuFDQ&t=37s

 

Teaching Digital Literacy This Election Season

 

 

https://www.tolerance.org/magazine/teaching-digital-literacy-this-election-season-0

 

 

Teaching the 2020 Election:
What Will You Do on Wednesday?


https://www.tolerance.org/magazine/teaching-the-2020-election-what-will-you-do-on-wednesday

 

Where Are We Now?
Coping in the Political Aftermath

Presented by the New Mexico Black Mental Health Coalition and the New Mexico Black Voters Collaborative on 11/5/2020 at 6pm

Information regarding event