As with any marginalized group, it is essential to seek out information pertaining specifically to the identities you are interested in. That said, there is plenty of content on equity, diversity, inclusion, and social justice that is valuable when learning about trans and gender diverse inclusion. The resources on this page are of that type, as well as some that center queer identities in particular.

Note that one reason for this section is that essentially no content currently exists that is specifically centered on trans and gender diverse inclusion and OER, which means that the materials below are the most relevant content available at the time of writing (though we hope this changes in future).



Adam, T., Allen, N., Amiel, T., Asino, T. I., Atenas, J., Bali, M., Barnes, N., Bourg, C., Bouterse, S., Caines, A., Campbell, L. M., Cangialosi, K., Collier, A. M., Cronin, C., Czerniewicz, L., DeRosa, R., Ensor, S., Friedrich, C., Gilliard, C., … Watters, A. (2020). Open at the Margins. Rebus Community.

Klement, K. (2020, November 11). Designing a Queer-Inclusive Human Sexuality Course Using OER. Open Education Conference.

Klement, K. (2021, October 20). OER as a Tool to Decenter Whiteness: A Queer Psychology Case Study. Open Education Conference.

Krueger, S., & Roberts, J. (2020, November 6). Using OER to Build More Inclusive Materials. UNC System OER Collections Webinar Series.

Lambert, S. R. (2018). Changing our (Dis)Course: A Distinctive Social Justice Aligned Definition of Open Education. Journal of Learning for Development, 5(3), Article 3.

Prescott, S., Muñiz, J., & Ishmael, K. (2018, October 20). How to Bring Equity and Inclusion to the Classroom. New America.

Stommel, J. (2017, July 30). Queering Open Pedagogy. Digital Pedagogy Lab Vancouver. Rebus Community.


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