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Overcoming Implicit Bias in Collaborative Online Learning Communities

Overcoming Implicit Bias in Collaborative Online Learning Communities
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Author(s): Ludmila T. Battista (Claremont Lincoln University, USA) and Lisa Wright (University of Missouri, USA)
Copyright: 2020
Pages: 20
Source title: Enriching Collaboration and Communication in Online Learning Communities
Source Author(s)/Editor(s): Carolyn N. Stevenson (Purdue University Global, USA) and Joanna C. Bauer (Claremont Lincoln University, USA)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-9814-5.ch002


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This chapter will lay the groundwork for exploring implicit bias and the effects in the online higher education environment. The authors will analyze privilege, power, oppression, and institutionalized bias and explore examples in higher education, through both student and faculty perspectives. The chapter will focus on collaborative solutions to a diverse variety of case studies on implicit bias across race, culture, gender, ability, and other dimensions. An emphasis will be placed on reflective analysis and creating collaborative experiences for online students and educators.

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