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Diversity Issues in the Digital Age

Diversity Issues in the Digital Age, presented by Dr. Kayt Sunwood, University of Alaska, Fairbanks.

Inclusion matters in the rapidly diversifying digital world in which we live and work. Explore the challenges and opportunities that gender, age, cultural, ethnic, and a veritable rainbow of diversities present in our Web 2.0 world. You'll come away with resources and strategies for leaders, managers, and communicators to transform the rhetoric of inclusion into the practice of equity. Dr. Kayt Sunwood, manager of the University of Alaska Fairbanks Women's Center and coordinator of eLive sessions for the Math in a Cultural Context: Lessons Learned from Yup’ik Elders project will lead this exploration. Kayt holds a PhD in Curriculum and Instructional Technology from Iowa State University. There will be discussion so all participants will connect with their phone. (for all Extension) This Professional Development session is offered in partnership with the ACE Leadership & Management SIG.

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