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Figuring Out Diversity in Higher Ed

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This puzzle is a conceptual annotated bibliography of nine sources read across three weeks. The book covers and article abstracts serve as the background of the puzzle. Some of the puzzle pieces include key terms, eg. diversity or bias, while others are images of key themes, eg. speech bubble or school house. This puzzle was made using the laser cutter in the Maker Hub.

Each student in this course curated independent reading lists for the last three weeks of the semester. The final project was to create a learning map, or a conceptual or written annotated bibliography. I valued the time spent reading and researching a topic I was personally interested in as well as the space to think deeply about my learning.

About the Class
Course Title: 
LDES 705 'Diversity' in Higher Education: Discourse, Policy, Practice
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