Mosaic Learning Program for Higher Ed

On Sept. 22, 2017, the Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights (OCR) issued a new “Dear Colleague” letter (DCL) withdrawing the 2011 DCL and 2014 Q&A. On the same date, OCR issued a new Q&A guidance document. We are currently working to update UE’s Title IX resources to reflect these new guidance documents.

About This Learning Program

This learning program is designed for all higher education employees and can help your institution build awareness and strengthen the campus culture.

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Educate Your Campus

Mosaic consists of two courses:

The first, Prevent Discrimination and Harassment Together, trains employees on how to prevent workplace discrimination, retaliation, and harassment. It addresses the most recent guidance from the EEOC, with higher education-specific content and scenarios that help people understand their role in maintaining a safe and unbiased work environment. Supervisor and non-supervisor versions are available.

We offer a supervisor version of Prevent Discrimination and Harassment Together for California institutions that addresses AB 2053 and AB 1825 requirements. The course enforces the AB 1825 two-hour training requirement by informing the learner at the conclusion of the course if they have not met the time requirement. [see image]



The second, Prevent Sexual Violence Together, shows higher education faculty and staff how to recognize and respond to sexual misconduct involving students, including sexual assault, stalking, and intimate partner violence. The course will help your institution meet its requirements under Title IX and VAWA.

Because sexual assault is an extreme form of sexual harassment, workplace harassment and student sexual misconduct are closely related issues. UE members are encouraged to use both courses together, although each can be used on its own.

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