Online Courses

The Department of Equity and Inclusion provides online training to community members through the Emory Learning Management System (ELMS).

To learn more about DEI training, contact: Maurice Middleton | Senior Director and EO/AA Compliance Officer

Online Course Offerings

 

Accommodating Disabilities (255067-12290)

This course explains federal laws that require colleges and universities to take proactive steps to ensure that individuals with disabilities have the same education employment opportunities as individuals without disabilities.

Building Supportive Communities: Clery Act & Title IX (Title IX) (255031-9501):

This course trains faculty and staff on how to recognize, report, and prevent sexual misconduct against students, covering sexual and interpersonal violence awareness and prevention subjects required under Title IX guidance, the Campus SaVE Act, and the final VAWA regulations.

Bridges: Taking Action (Title IX Refresher) (255073-13513):

This course provides a review to faculty and staff on core concepts to further support awareness and readiness when it comes to recognizing sexual misconduct, responding appropriately, and reporting accordingly.

Code of Conduct (255038-17254)

Conduct reflects an organization’s culture and philosophy, as well as the sense of responsibility that is shared by individuals at all levels. This course will explain many of the legal standards contained in the code of conduct to raise awareness and create a supportive environment in which we’re all responsible for ensuring compliance.

Conflicts of Interest (255041-17255)

This course teaches employees how to recognize and avoid conflicts of interest in the workplace, whether they are personal, financial, or family-related interests.

Diversity: Inclusion in the Modern Workplace (EDU) (255029-11207):

This course uses the unique experiences of real people to explore key concepts such as identity, power, privilege, and communication. By gaining a better appreciation for our shared experiences of difference, expectations of respect, and need to belong and feel appreciated, faculty and staff are encouraged to identify how they can create a more inclusive and accepting campus.

Harassment & Discrimination Prevention (Supervisor) (255027-11207):

This course is designed to help supervisors address inappropriate behavior before it creates a "hostile work environment." It gives supervisors the skills necessary to reduce potential legal risks by recognizing and addressing abusive behavior and other misconduct, including microaggressions and unconscious bias, that may lead to workplace bullying or hostility, reducing productivity and creativity. The training invites supervisors to consider the nature of harassment and discrimination, and provides practical tips on creating a safe, inclusive environment for work, including safe and positive options for bystander intervention.

Harassment & Discrimination Prevention (Non-Supervisor) (255026-11208):

This course engages employees and raises their awareness about harassment and discrimination by explaining the law, as well as how to recognize harassment and discrimination and to report misconduct to the appropriate person. The training provides employees with practical tips on helping maintain a safe, inclusive environment for work, including safe and positive options for bystander intervention, advice on using inclusive language in the workplace, and information on microaggressions.

Managing Bias (255036-14308):

This course trains faculty and staff that understanding bias in the workplace is the first step to managing it.  Biases can affect our actions, which can have real impacts on people.  If left unchecked biases can create unhealthy work environments that reinforce unjust practices.  Recognition, however creates a foundation to evaluate how these attitudes shape our workplace. 

Social Media & Your Job (255033-14305):

Social media can be a powerful tool to help you connect to people, but it can also have a negative impact on your job if it's not used with care. This course will help faculty and staff understand how social media can affect their job, as well as give them tips to avoid inappropriate conduct online.  

Tools for an Ethical Workplace (255039-17256)

This course teaches how to overcome obstacles to decision-making and ethical behavior.

 

 

How-to Instructions

Please log into the Emory Learning Management System (ELMS) with your Emory username and password. From the home page, follow the path below to access the courses:

  1. Under "self service," click "find learning"
  2. Type the course name in the title field
  3. Click "search"
  4. Click "enroll"
  5. Click "submit enrollment"
  6. When you're ready to watch the training, click "launch"
  7. Once you finish the course, the system provides a certificate of completion