C4DISC Announces New Community Administrator February 17, 2021 – The Coalition for Diversity & Inclusion in Scholarly Communications (C4DISC) has named Ana Maria Jimenez-Moreno, Ph. D. as Community Administrator to carry out day-to-day business for the growing organization and ensure the community is accomplishing its goals. "I am thrilled to be joining … Continue reading C4DISC Announces New Community Administrator
October 20, 2020 | Inc. Workforce diversity and inclusion (D&I) are on the radar at many organizations. But as Lenovo Chief Communications Officer Torod Neptune noted recently, it's often more about supportive statements and pledges than the true leadership and courageous action needed to make it happen. >>Reda full post here Originally … Continue reading Diversity in the Workplace: Time for Contemplation
December 3, 2020 | Siri Chilazi and Iris Bohnet Data disclosure can be a powerful tool to change behavior. When done right, the collection, analysis and disclosure of diversity data holds the promise of being a powerful lever for progress. Organizations looking to make the best use of their diversity data must: 1) Present it … Continue reading How to Best Use Data to Meet Your DE&I Goals
June 30, 2020 | WBT Systems As leaders in your industry, associations have a responsibility to help their staff, volunteers and members know and do better. By providing diversity, equity and inclusion education, you set an example for others in your industry and ensure that everyone has an equal opportunity to advance in their career. … Continue reading Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Education Is Your Association’s Calling & Responsibility
December 9, 2020 | Stronger by Association Podcast Host Mary Kate Cunningham, CAE, ASAE’s SVP of Public Policy welcomes co-host Robb Lee, ASAE’s Chief Marketing and Product Strategy Officer for a series of personal and poignant interviews about DEI and the current landscape resulting from the news-making injustices of 2020 and systemic racism of years … Continue reading The Power of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Duke University Press is now offering printed copies of the Antiracism Toolkit for Allies for sale at cost on its website. The 58 page print version is $3.40/copy and can be ordered at https://dukeupress.edu/antiracism-toolkit-for-allies.
February 10, 2021 | Heather Dowdy, Accessibility Change Agent The Microsoft #AIforAccessibility program is now calling for proposals that leverage AI to build and advance equity in education for students with disabilities. Check out this AI for Accessibility video featuring past grantees and how to apply for a grant. >>>Read the full post Originally published … Continue reading Call for Proposals
January 25, 2021 | Nancy Roberts, Business Inclusivity/Umbrella and ALPSP Tutor Amidst all the turbulence of 2020, one striking positive was an increased attention to diversity and inclusion, sparked in particular by the death of George Floyd and the global Black Lives Matter movement. Society, it would seem, is increasingly unprepared to tolerate discrimination of … Continue reading What does good look like when it comes to Diversity and Inclusion?
February 3, 2021 | Alice Meadows, NISO Director of Community Engagement In early January, Cell Press announced that they were introducing a new Inclusion and Diversity Statement, similar to existing statements about Declarations of Interest, Author Contributions, and Data and Code Availability, but focusing on aspects of an article that are relevant for inclusion and … Continue reading The Cell Press Inclusion and Diversity Statement — An Interview with Deborah Sweet
January 25, 2021 | Rachel L. Safer, COPE Council In response to an increase in cases and queries in 2019 about author name changes after article publication, COPE formed a working group of Trustees, Council Members, publishers, editors, and authors to develop guidance on this important topic. Post-publication changes are typically accomplished with correction notices, … Continue reading Update on COPE guidance regarding author name changes