Exercises, Teaching Guides, Modules, and Tutorials
- Library Research Hints (Comparison Chart)
- "Teaching with Gender: European Women’s Studies in
International and Interdisciplinary Classrooms," is a series of teaching guides from ATHENA3, the Advanced Thematic Network in Women's Studies in Europe, and the Graduate Gender Programme at Utrecht University together with the Centre for Gender Studies of Stockholm University. It includes:
1. Teaching Gender, Diversity and Urban Space. An Intersectional Approach between Gender Studies and Spatial Disciplines. Edited by Anastasia-Sasa Lada
2. Teaching Gender in Social Work. European Women’s Studies in International and Interdisciplinary Classrooms. Edited by Vesna Leskošek
3. Teaching Subjectivity Travelling Selves for Feminist Pedagogy
4. Teaching with the Third Wave. New Feminists’ Explorations of Teaching and Institutional Contexts
5. Teaching Visual Culture in an Interdisciplinary Classroom. Feminist (Re)Interpretations of the Field
6. Teaching Empires. Gender and Transnational Citizenship in Europe
7. Teaching Intersectionality. Putting Gender at the Centre
8. Teaching with Memories. European Women’s Histories in International and Interdisciplinary Classrooms (Previously published by ATHENA and the Women's Studies Center at NUI Galway) (not available online).
- IWI: International Women's Issues Tutorials, UW System Women's Studies Librarian
- California Opinions on Women's Issues, 1985-1995 teaching module by Elizabeth N. Nelson and Edward E. Nelson, Cal. State, Fresno. It is part of the Social Sciences Research and Instructional Council (SSRIC) Teaching Resources Depository.
- Internet for Women's Studies tutorial on Internet information skills for women's studies, by Dianne Shepherd, Information Librarian, The Women's Library, London Metropolitan University
- "How Did Abolitionism Lead to the Struggle for Women's Rights?" is a module in the American History segment of the Digital History Reader, University of Vermont.
- The Miss G Project list of links to teacher resources (for high school Gender Studies courses in Ontario).
- "Should Women Vote?" is a module in the European History segment of the Digital History Reader, University of Vermont.
- OER Commons (Open Educational Resources) contains course-related material for K-university (level, full course vs. module, conditions of use, etc. can be specified in the advanced search. Search for "women" or "gender."
- Restoring Women to World Studies: an Outreach World resource for high school teaching. It "introduces the notion of gender as a key social category and patriarchy as an important organizing structure in many societies and cultures." Separate units focus on the Arab World, Brazil, Chile/Argentina, India, Israel, Sri Lanka, Russia, Yugoslavia, and analyzing images of women