NIU Women's Studies Other Library Resources
Resource Guides:

“About Women.” Abbott, Craig S., et. al. DeKalb, IL: Northern Illinois University. 1987.

“About Women, 1985-1990.” Susan Leger, et. al, eds. DeKalb, IL: Presidential Commission on the Status of Women, Northern Illinois University. 1991.

Annexstein, Leslie T. and Kathleen M. Keller. “Putting the Law on Your Side: A Guide for Women and Girls to Equal Opportunity in Career Education and Job Training.” Washington, DC: National Women’s Law Center. 2000.

Chasnoff, Debra and Helen Cohen. ”It’s Elementary: Talking About Gay Issues in School.” (Viewing guide.) San Francisco, CA: Women’s Educational Media. 1997.

Chick, Kay A. "Teaching Women's History Through Literature: Standards-Based Lesson Plans for Grades K-12." Silver Spring, MD: National Council for the Social Studies. 2008.

“Cracking the Code: Political Intelligence for Women Running for Governor.” Cambridge, MA: Barbara Lee Family Foundation. 2004.

“The DeKalb County Court Monitoring Program: Training Manual for Volunteers.” (Prepared as part of a student internship facilitated by Safe Passage, Inc. and the Women’s Studies Program at Northern Illinois University.) DeKalb, IL.

“Evaluating Courses for Inclusion of New Scholarship on Women.” Washington, DC: Project on the Status and Education of Women, Association of American Colleges. May 1988.

Fisher, Jerilyn and Elaine Reuben. “The Women’s Studies Service Learning Handbook: From the Classroom to the Community.” College Park, MD: National Women’s Studies Association. 1981.

Fullwood, P. Catlin, et. al. “The New Girls’ Movement: New Assessment Tools for Youth Program.” (Appendices included.) New York, NY: Ms. Foundation for Women. 2000. (3 copies)

“Guide to Nonsexist Language.” Washington, DC: Project on the Status and Education of Women, Association of American Colleges. June 1986.

Haber, Simone, ed. “Guide to the Universe of Women in Higher Education.” Madison, WI: Wenniger. 1992.

“How to Mentor Graduate Students: A Guide for Faculty at a Diverse University.” Ann Arbor, MI: Rackham School of Graduate Studies, University of Michigan. 2006.

Jossey, Maria M. “Girls to Women Empowering Girls Manual.” Chicago, IL: Boys & Girls Clubs of Chicago. 2000.

Junior Year at Douglass Program in Women’s Studies. “Discover Your Career: Communications-Series I.” New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers. 1986.

Junior Year at Douglass Program in Women’s Studies. “Discover Your Career: Social Sciences-Series II.” New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers. 1986.

Junior Year at Douglass Program in Women’s Studies. “Discover Your Career: Math and Science-Series III.” New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers. 1986.

Kaser, Joyce S. "Equity in On-line Professional Development: A Guide to E-learning that Works for Everyone." Newton, MA: Gender, Diversities & Technology Institute. 2004.

“Keys to the Governor’s Office-Unlocking the Door: The Guide for Women Running for Governor.” Cambridge, MA: Barbara Lee Family Foundation. 2001.

Marignay, Bisola. “Building Multicultural Alliances: A Practical Guide.” Chicago, IL: Illinois Pro-Choice Alliance Educational Fund. 1991.

Mathematical Association of America. “Mathematical Scientists at Work: Careers in the Mathematical Sciences.” Washington, DC: Mathematical Association of America. 1993.

Modern Language Association of America. MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers. 7th ed. New York, NY: MLA, 2009.

Modern Language Association Committee on the Status of Women in the Profession. “Women in the Profession, 2000.” New York, NY: MLA. 2000. (2 copies)

National Women’s Studies Association. “A Report to the Profession: Liberal Learning and the Women’s Studies Major.” (Includes examples of syllabi.) College Park, MD: National Women’s Studies Association, 1991.

New Jersey Department of Health. “Enhancing Cultural Awareness and Communication Skills: A Training Program for Health Care Providers and Educators.” Trenton, NJ: New Jersey Department of Health. 1989.

O’Connor, John E. “Teaching History with Film and Television.” Washington, D.C.: American Historical Association, 1987.

O’Hara, Maureen. “Myths that Maim: Instructor’s Guide to the Use of the Video.” Encinitas, CA: Encinitas Center for Family and Personal Development. 1992.

Office of Teaching Assistant Training and Development. “Teaching at NIU: A Handbook for Teaching Assistants.” Rvsd. DeKalb, IL: Faculty Development and Instructional Design Center, Northern Illinois University. 2000.

Phillips, Elizabeth and Picco-Simpson, Lucy. “Teaching About Women in American History: An Introductory Teaching Packet,” and “Teaching About Women and Girls with Disabilities: An Introductory Teaching Packet.” [Packet comes with 3 sets of women’s posters and explanatory text-“Women of achievement,” “Non-traditional jobs for women,” and “Stay in school”]. Brooklyn, NY: Organization for Equal Education of the Sexes. 1987.

Reily, Deborah. “The Carins Collection of American Women Writers, 1620-1900: A Guide and Working List.” Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin-Madison Libraries. 1984.

“Relating to Each Other: A Questionnaire for Students.” (Survey developed, with some modifications, by the Committee on the Status of Women & the Office of Education Research, St. Olaf College, Minnesota.) Washington, DC: Association of American Colleges. 1989.

“Relating with Colleagues: A Questionnaire for Faculty Members.” Washington, DC: Project on the Status and Education of Women, Association of American Colleges. May 1989.

Richlin, Amy. “Roman Witches and Women Poisoners: Bibliography.”

Sandler, Bernice R. “Writing a Letter to the Sexual Harasser: Another Way of Dealing With the Problem.” Washington, DC: Project on the Status and Education of Women, Association of American Colleges. February 1983.

Sandler, Bernice Resnick and Ellen Hoffman. “Teaching Faculty Members to Be Better Teachers: A Guide to Equitable and Effective Classroom Techniques.” Washington, DC: Association of American Colleges and Universities. 1992.

Schmitz, Betty. “Sourcebook for Integrating the Study of Women into the Curriculum.” Bozeman, MT: Northwest Women’s Studies Association. 1983. (2 copies)

Schmitz, Betty. “Integrating Women’s Studies into the Curriculum: A Guide and Bibliography.” Old Westbury, NY: Feminist Press. 1985.

“Speaking with Authority: From Economic Security to National Security.” Cambridge, MA: Barbara Lee Family Foundation. 2002.

“Title VII Sexual Harassment Guidelines and Educational Employment.” (Reprinted from Federal Register, v. 45 n. 219, Nov. 10, 1980.) Washington, DC: Project on the Status and Education of Women, Association of American Colleges. August 1980.

United States. Women’s Educational Equity Act Program, U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. “Teacher Skill Guide for Combatting Sexism, Module 1—How Expectations Influence Behavior and Perception.” Newton, MA: Educational Development Center. 1979. (Shelved with Government Publications)

United States. Women’s Educational Equity Act Program, U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. “Teacher Skill Guide for Combatting Sexism, Module 3—Dealing with Resistance to Change.” Newton, MA: Educational Development Center. 1979. (Shelved with Government Publications)

United States. Women’s Educational Equity Act Program, U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. “Teacher Skill Guide for Combatting Sexism, Modules 6 & 7—The Components of a Nonsexist Person & Teaching the Components of a Nonsexist Person.” Newton, MA: Educational Development Center. 1979. (Shelved with Government Publications)

Weitzman, Lenore J. and Diane Rizzo. “Biased Textbooks: A Research Perspective.” Washington, DC: National Foundation for the Improvement of Education. 1974.