1. How can I become a student instructor of the course?
2. Why don’t I have access to some links on this website?
For students currently taking the course: You should have access to all links on the website, as well as all links within the hosted course documentation. Some of these links can only be accessed when logged into a CMU account, so please first ensure that you are logged in. If you still do not have access, there is probably a mistake on the instructors’ end, so please let us know - we appreciate your help!
For others: If you do not have access to certain documents, it is because we are allowing students to leave comments in this document’s margins. There likely is or will be a blank version available on the Downloads page.
3. Can I use or adapt these materials for my organization?
The materials for this course are licensed under a creative commons license. This license permits anyone to freely use and adapt these materials. Users are not permitted to commercialize the materials, and must give attribution (citation information below) to the creators. For details on the terms of this license, see the link to the license in the footer.
If you use our materials, please cite us. Here is the information for the citation:
- Title: CS-JEDI: Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion in Computer Science
- Authors: Anti-Bias Education Working Group
- Year: 2022
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.
Website contributors: Alex Wang, Bailey Flanigan, Paul Gölz