Dear colleagues,

 

Thank you for your participation in the BRIDGE Workshop. Hopefully it was a helpful introduction to the importance of building relationships across lines of worldview difference and an enjoyable learning experience for you. We are very interested in your feedback to evaluate the experience and refine it for future participants. Please take 5 minutes to complete the following anonymous survey:

http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/3870202/BRIDGE-EVALUATION

If you are interested in building your knowledge of other worldviews and traditions and/or would like to facilitate worldview engagement activities with your students, provided below are links to helpful resources and readings.

Interfaith Youth Core’s Reading List:

https://www.ifyc.org/resources/teaching-interfaith-reading-list

A comprehensive list of literacy and knowledge-building resources. The list breaks down into categories to help you decide which would be most valuable for you.

Interfaith Youth Core’s Resource Library:

https://www.ifyc.org/resources-listing?field_category=All

Resources include downloadable PDF’s that provide information about engaging different worldviews, strategies for making interfaith cooperation a part of campus culture, storytelling and facilitation guides, tips for campus organizing, and Podcast recordings. All are available free of charge.

Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life:

http://www.pewforum.org/

If you would like to know more about the current trends in both the United States and the world regarding worldview diversity, check out the data and resources provided by Pew.  

 

Thank you again for your participation in the workshop, and please feel free to be in touch with questions.

 

Best,