"LIVING THE PRINCIPLES OF COMMUNITY" Online Course

"Living the Principles of Community" Video

Living the Principles of Community

Living the Principles of Community

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The Living the Principles of Community e-learning course is designed to promote inclusiveness and respect in the work and learning environment at UC Davis, introducing the concepts to new members of the campus community while reinforcing them to existing members. Participants will become familiar with ways to integrate the UC Davis Principles of Community into their own workplaces and classrooms.

This highly interactive course includes up-to-date information on discrimination, sexual harassment, affirmative action and diversity along with the University’s policies governing these issues. Through realistically subtle and complex scenarios, learners discover that there is more than one “right” way of preventing, managing and resolving conflicts related to these topics.

This course will inform and equip participants with essential knowledge and skills, ultimately resulting in fewer such conflicts, improved morale, decreased institutional liability, and a more respectful and inclusive campus environment.  

Instructors:

Lisa Brodkey, Director, Harassment and Discrimination Assistance and Prevention Program (HDAPP)

Binnie Singh, Assistant Vice Provost,  Academic Affairs

Mikael Villalobos, Administrator of Diversity Education Programs


Living the Principles of Community is available through Staff Development and Professional Services. To access the course, go to:

http://lms.ucdavis.edu (Search for "living")

This course is available for licensing and adaptation by other institutions.

For more information, please contact Mikael Villalobos in the Office of Campus Community Relations at 530-752-2071.

  • Course length: Approximately 90 minutes