Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee offers professional growth opportunities for the summer

Are you looking for free virtual professional development opportunities this summer? Have you been interested in getting more involved in the conversation diversity, equity, and inclusion at Emory Libraries?

The Emory Libraries Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Committee has been hard at work reviewing updated and new DEI LinkedIn Learning courses for you. Based on our review, led by the DEI Education Sub-Committee, here are four recommended courses to get started, each under one hour!

You will receive a Certificate of Completion at the end of each course that you can attach to your Performance Self-Evaluation document.

We also have a list of free training from our Emory Office of Equity and Inclusion online courses. These also provide a certificate of completion. Please log into the Emory Learning Management System (ELMS) with your Emory username and password. From the home page, follow the path below to access the courses:

  1. Under “self service,” click “find learning”
  2. Type the course number in the title field
  3. Click “search”
  4. Click “enroll”
  5. Click “submit enrollment”
  6. When you’re ready to watch the training, click “launch”
  7. Once you finish the course, the system provides a certificate of completion

The additional training that is available includes:

We hope you have an opportunity to check out one or some of these courses and believe you will find the time wisely spent. Thank you to the Education Sub-Committee:  Becky Sherman, Hannah Rutledge, Khadijah Muhammad, Rob Renner and Dawn Francis-Chewning, with a special shoutout to Julie Newton for additional reviews!

For more information about the Library Committee on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, please contact our chair, Saira Raza at saira [dot] raza [at] emory [dot] edu.

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