A Student Programmer's Guide to Developing Multicultural Activities at Community Colleges
Ten steps to success in multicultural campus-activities programming are outlined: seek new perspectives; learn issues and terminology; learn how the three stages of diversity apply to programming; build alliances with other student groups; co-sponsor events; build bridges with faculty; include educational components in programs; be creative; reach out to the community; and seek help from professionals. (MSE).
A Central Michigan University course in African-American literature, attended mostly by whites, is joined by black students and their professor at the University of Arkansas, Pine Bluff, for lectures and discussions by teleconference. Technology is the tool used for increasing diversity in the teaching/learning experience.
The Preparation of Educational Interpreters for Rural Education Settings
A consortium of four Alabama universities was formed to prepare educational interpreters to serve deaf and hard-of-hearing students in inclusive rural settings and to work in multicultural environments. The proposed Specialty in Educational Interpreting program would offer some courses via the interactive intercampus television system.