Numerous resources for all disciplines. The Center for Universal Design in Education (CUDE) develops and collects resources to help educators apply universal design (UD) in order to make all aspects of the educational experience welcoming to, usable by, and inclusive of everyone, including people with disabilities.
Links to resources for supporting student well-being, facilitating difficult conversations, and being inclusive in the classroom. From Georgetown University Center for New Designs in Learning and Scholarship.
Resource with writing practices and language tips for describing groups of people respectfully and without perpetuating stereotypes from Hamilton's Writing Center. Note: some disabled communities prefer the use of identity-first language as noted by APA.
Inclusive, innovative, and evidence-based teaching practices in economics from Amanda Bayer and the American Economic Association’s Committee on the Status of Minority Groups in the Economics Profession.