Jan 26, 2018
Short but a beautifully concise course on understanding gender and sexuality. It also gives one tools to make the workplace an inclusive environment for LGBTQIA, and eradicate discrimination.
Feb 05, 2018
Get to hear about LGBTQIA* community and how they are critical in the workforce. You learn about resources to use in the workforce and ways to make the workforce more diverse and inclusive.
por Timcy Thomas•
Apr 11, 2019
A very insightful course
por Craig Cameron•
Mar 19, 2019
Lectures lacked academic rigor and held ideas up as indisputable facts. The peer review sytsem is disappointing. Especially whent here is no recourse over glaring mistakes in grading.
While I learned somethings from the course I would not recommend it.
Mar 06, 2019
Have learn on the Gender and Sexuality in detail. Why inclusion is required on workplace and how do we included in our society, Corporate cultur
por Meret Philip•
Mar 04, 2019
This is a really well conducted course and i will recommend it anytime. Help me to have meaningful dialogue on the subject.
por Maria Colomo•
Feb 28, 2019
Great course with fantastic study materials
por Nicole Gendron•
Feb 26, 2019
The videos were a great teaching tool!
por maria pons•
Feb 13, 2019
very useful tools, tropes and readings to discuss, analyze and develope inclusive strategies at workplace. Raise awareness on gender/sex identities through plain concepts and data
por Jeremy Mwenesi•
Jan 15, 2019
Wonderful course would easily recommend it to colleagues and students entering any fields of study. Took a lot from this course and again would recommend it to anyone whose looking to improve there ability to be human in this world.
por ammar alli•
Dec 28, 2018
The course is a rights movement rather than an academic approach towards the topic.The instructors use a nice language to discuss the issues but present them in a bias way which is the reason I don't feel like it's an academic course.
Dec 23, 2018
Even though this course is in the Social Sciences section there is more art than science in it. Most of the statements made in this course don't provide relevant research proving their validity. For example, one of the linked articles in the course mentions that homophobia at workplace decreases productivity, but no link to proof is provided. It would be great to have the link to this research, so that we can, for example, compare the cost of productivity decline caused by homophobia with cost of anti-homophobia training. Without this proof the rest of the course loses its value and the whole existence of this course feels redundant - why should I spend a lot of my resources on getting opinions of random people about this topic if I can get it for free by googling relevant keywords? It being a course implies a higher level of scientific research done and linked than the one provided.