HxA Resource Compendium
When we discuss the importance of open inquiry, viewpoint diversity, and constructive disagreement with faculty and administrators, we encounter agreement as to their importance but confusion as to how best to advance these principles on campus.

The good news: there are inspiring examples far and wide of initiatives, policies, programs, and other innovations academic stakeholders have developed to advance open inquiry, viewpoint diversity, and constructive disagreement in their classrooms, on their campuses, and in their disciplines. The bad news: there’s no single source to turn to access this array of good ideas. Let’s see if we can do something about that.

Heterodox Academy seeks to create a compendium of initiatives, policies, programs, and other innovations that have been deployed in classrooms, on campuses, and in disciplines to support open inquiry, viewpoint diversity, and constructive disagreement. Team HxA will then curate the submissions, aiming to create a resource other faculty and administrators can turn to for inspiration and strategy as they seek to advance these values within their local contexts.

We need your help to gather these materials. Please tell us about the resources/strategies that exist on your campus or in your discipline by completing this submission form. Complete a separate submission for each resource/ strategy you would like to share.

To help us organize submissions, please characterize this resource/strategy according to the features below.
Which of the following best describes the TYPE of resource/strategy you’re submitting?
Which AUDIENCE(S) is this resource/strategy intended for?
Professional Association Leadership
Journal Editors
In which SETTING(S) could this resource/strategy be meaningfully deployed?
Campus Wide
Orientation Programs
Individual Classrooms
Workshops or Trainings
Committees (e.g., hiring committees, Faculty Executive Committee)
Academic Departments
Administrative Departments
Residence Halls
Student Clubs or Organizations
Professional Associations
Journal Editorial Boards
Conference Planning Boards
Boards of Trustees
Overall, how simple or complex would it be for others to deploy this resource/strategy?
Overall, how financially costly is this resource/strategy to implement?
If you were to assign a letter grade to reflect the overall quality of this resource, what letter grade would you assign?
Information about the Resource/Strategy
Suggested title for this resource/strategy
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Short description of this resource/strategy (up to 100 words)
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Provide a link to any information that would make it possible for others to learn about or utilize this resource/strategy. If you do not have a link, you may send pdfs to resources@heterodoxacademy.org (Please use as the subject line the "suggested title" you entered above so we can easily link information.)
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Suggested citation HxA could use when citing this resource/strategy
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If you happen to have any data supporting the validity of this resource/strategy, please describe.
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