Below are links to resource materials that can assist you in exploring various topics and skills. Click on the link of the document title or program to access more information.
General OIEC Resources
Overview of the Obligation to Report to OIEC
The Differences Between OIEC & OVA Services
Classroom, Workplace, and Communication Resources
Establishing Course Expectations and Managing Classroom Dynamics Guide
Guidelines for Ethical Communication
Core Human Values for the Workplace
General Guidelines for Addressing Problems that Arise with Students
How to listen - really listen - to someone you don't agree with
Characteristics of White Supremacy Culture
How to Have More Inclusive Meetings Over Zoom
How to Prepare for a Difficult Conversation
This Remarkable Habit Will Change How You See "Benefit of Doubt"
Bystander Intervention and Allyship Skills
Calling People In - Skills for Responding to Problematic Comments
Bystander Intervention Strategies - What Action Can Look Like
How to Be an Active Bystander When You See Casual Racism
How anti-racist allies can respond to microaggressions
Mitigating Bias and Microaggressions Resources
Reference Materials for Understanding Unconscious Bias
Practices that Can Minimize Unconscious Bias
Bias Interrupter Tools for Organizations
Three Biases That Affect How We Communicate
How microaggressions are like mosquito bites
Responding to microagressions and bias
Healthy Relationships and Sexual Consent
The Difference Between Healthy, Unhealthy, and an Abusive Relationship
Healthy Relationships Quiz
Drinking and Sex: Tricky questions (and surprising answers)
5 Things Everyone Should Know About Sexual Assault
Understanding Sexual Assault Perpetration and Alcohol
3 Things Everyone Should Know About Stalking
Other CU Resources
CU Libraries Antiracism Resource List
The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) curates a collection of tips and resources to navigate common teaching challenges.
The Center for Inclusion and Social Change has a resources page that includes a wide range of information to support learning and community engagement.
The Ombuds Office facilitates a "lunch and learn" series and they also offer a range of support for resolving conflict.
Health and Wellness Services offers a variety of presentations and programming on topics such as stress relief, relationship wellness, sexual health, student resilience, supporting survivors, and more that faculty and staff can request to support their students' holistic well being.
Human Resources provides a variety of programs for employee learning, career development, and organizational development.