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Gut durch den Hochschul-Alltag: diversitätssensibel, vor(ur)teilsbewusst und inklusiv

Gut durch den Hochschul-Alltag: diversitätssensibel, vor(ur)teilsbewusst und inklusiv

University of Graz

Lisa Scheer

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Duration 9 units
Unit 2 hours/unit
Licence CC BY-SA 4.0
Participants 17
Availability Unlimited
Start Date 16 November 2022
Costs € 0.00
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Course Content


Everyday life in higher education is experienced very differently by employees and students. Many can realize their potential, feel supported and appropriately challenged. Some feel that their needs are not taken seriously or even overburdened. This has to do with disadvantages and privileges, with advantages and prejudices that are as much a part of everyday higher education life as diversity.

This MOOC makes visible the diversity of experiences in everyday (higher education) life and the diversity of people in higher education. It offers suggestions for more sensitive perception and reflection on one's own position within social power relations. In the nine lessons of the MOOC, possible challenges that have to do with gender, race, class, disability, religion, etc. are highlighted. Explanations about all that happens in higher education interactions are given as well as suggestions for an inclusive, bias- and discrimination-free interaction.

Course Goals

 

The aim of the course is to address power relations and discrimination (sexism, racism, ageism, rejectionism, classism ...) encountered in everyday study and work and to explain them using examples. The content encourages observation  and reflection, supports the development of knowledge and contains suggestions for acting more inclusive in everyday higher education.

After completing this course

  • you will have expanded your understanding of common terms and contexts,
  • you will be able to recognize power relations and discrimination by means of examples and perceive them better in everyday life,
  •  you will have sharpened your awareness of prejudice and discrimination,
  • you will be able to act in a more diversity-sensitive manner and with greater solidarity in everyday university life.

Previous Knowledge

None

Course Procedure

The course includes nine lessons on the following topics:

  • Lesson 1: Introduction to the topic and explanatory approaches.
  • Lesson 2: Gender, sexism, sexual discrimination and violence
  • Lesson 3: Beyond heteronormativity
  • Lesson 4: Everyday racism and whiteness
  • Lesson 5: Religious bias and prejudice in higher education
  • Lesson 6: Social origin, classism, and habitus sensitivity
  • Lesson 7: Disability, mental health, and digital barrierism
  • Lesson 8: Ageism
  • Lesson 9: Support services, solidarity, and allyship

Each week 2 lessons will be released.

Each lesson includes at least two videos covering important aspects of each topic. You will also find additional resources and/or assignments in each lesson to support your learning and reflection process. Likewise, you will receive recommended reading on all topics and conclude each lesson with a multiple-choice quiz.

Certificate

For actively participating in the course you will receive an automatic certificate which includes your username, the course name as well as the completed lessons. We want to point out that this certificate merely confirms that the user answered at least 75% of the self-assessment questions correctly.
You will also receive a badge for each individual lesson completed.

NOTE:

The MOOC is open to the public and free of charge, but it is also part of the course "Mastering everyday life at university: thinking about diversity, inclusion, privilege and biases" (course number ETD.01015UB) at the University of Graz. In order to take the course, you need to register for it in UNIGRAZonline.


License

This work is licensed under CC BY-SA 4.0

Course Instructor

Lisa Scheer
Lisa Scheer

Lisa Scheer works at the Center for Teaching Competence at the University of Graz. Before that she also worked at the Coordination Centre for Gender Studies and Equal Opportunities. There she was responsible, among other things, for the AntiBias Circle, which is primarily responsible for the MOOC.

Expert*innen, die zum MOOC beigetragen haben:

Dr.in Simone Adams, Zentrum für digitales Lehren und Lernen, Universität Graz

Jessica Braunegger, BA, Masterstudentin der Interdisziplinären Geschlechterstudien, Universität Graz

Christina Cortolezis, B.A., Masterstudentin der Interdisziplinären Geschlechterstudien, Universität Graz

Parmida Dianat, BA, Masterstudentin der Europäischen Ethnologie, Universität Graz

Christina Fischer-Lessiak, BA. MA., Koordinationsstelle für Geschlechterstudien und Gleichstellung, Universität Graz

Mag. Gregor Fischer-Lessiak, Europäisches Trainings- und Forschungszentrum für Menschenrechte und Demokratie der Universität Graz (UNI-ETC)

Susanne Gartler, Bachelorstudentin Lehramt Sekundarstufe (AB), Universität Graz

Magdalena Laura Halb, Arbeitskreis für Gleichbehandlungsfrage, Universität Graz

Lukas Georg Hartleb, BA. MA., Schreibzentrum, Lehr- und Studienservices, Universität Graz

Dr.in Barbara Hey, MBA, Koordinationsstelle für Geschlechterstudien und Gleichstellung, Universität Graz

Diana Holler, BA, Masterstudentin der Global Studies, Universität Graz

Victoria Hubner, Bachelorstudentin Philosophie und Lehramt Sekundarstufe (AB), Universität Graz

Mag.a Johanna Kerschbaumer, Arbeitskreis für Gleichbehandlungsfrage, Universität Graz

Spela Kisilak, BA, Masterstudentin der Interdisziplinären Geschlechterstudien, Universität Graz

Thomas Klebinder, Bachelorstudent Lehramt Sekundarstufe (AB), Universität Graz

Timna Kriechbaum, Bachelorstudentin Lehramt Sekundarstufe (AB), Universität Graz

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Gerald Lamprecht, Centrum für Jüdische Studien, Universität Graz

Prof.in Mag.a Barbara Levc, Lehrende für Inklusion an der PH Steiermark, Zentrum Integriert Studieren Universität Graz und PH Steiermark

Mag.a Mevlida Mešanović, BEd, Institut für Katechetik und Religionspädagogik, Universität Graz

Teresa Molinaro, Bachelorstudentin Kunstgeschichte und Lehramt Sekundarstufe (AB), Universität Graz

Lena Riesenberger, Bachelorstudentin Anglistik/Amerikanistik und Lehramt Sekundarstufe (AB), Universität Graz

Robert Riesenhuber, BSc, Masterstudent der Global Studies, Universität Graz

Sarah Sadeghi, BA, Masterstudentin der Global Studies, Universität Graz

Gabriele Schrümpf, BA, Masterstudentin der Europäischen Ethnologie, Universität Graz

Dr. Thomas Schweitzer, NAWI Graz Koordinationsbüro, Universität Graz

Victoria Shmidt, Ph.D., Institut für Geschichte, Universität Graz

Katharina Veits, BAMasterstudentin der Interdisziplinären Geschlechterstudien, Universität Graz

Cordula Weitgruber, BA BA BA, Masterstudentin der Europäischen Ethnologie, Universität Graz

Mag.a Eva Wenig, Institut für Katechetik und Religionspädagogik, Universität Graz

Dr.in Sophie Whybrew M.A., Zentrum für Genderforschung und Diversität, Kunstuniversität Graz

Ilse Wieser, Koordinationsstelle für Geschlechterstudien und Gleichstellung, Universität Graz

Chia-Tyan Yang, Pianistin und ehrenamtliche Generalsekretärin der gemeinnützigen Organisation „Live Music Now Steiermark“

Daniel Zivkocić, Masterstudent der Global Studies, Universität Graz



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