1. This is a link is to the Ontario Human Rights Code.
2. We are also recommending a TED talk given by the actor Thandie Newton on this course’s topic of ‘the Other’. It is 14 minutes in length. TED stands for Technology, Entertainment, Design. TED talks are short online lectures given by diverse thinkers and doers, artists and athletes, scientists and philosophers.
3. If you enjoyed Thandie Newton’s TED talk format you may enjoy Bill Gates’ top 13 favourites. Although not directly related to the Diversity course, they do showcase diverse speakers. Some of the 13 speakers – Melinda Gates, Hans Rosling, Salman Khan and Atul Gawande – do talk on topics that are more closely tied to concepts of diversity.
4. Here is the Glossary of Communication Skills and Techniques which we introduced in this course.
In the design of this course, we hoped to achieve the following objectives:
- Recognize the concept of the ‘Other’
- Understand some commonalities and differences between people, groups, and societies
- Consider individual perceptions and judgments of other people, groups, and societies
You’ve completed the course!
We hope that you found it helpful and thought-provoking.
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