Title IX personnel are required to be unbiased and free from conflicts of interest. Materials used to train Title IX personnel include:
US DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION / OFFICE FOR CIVIL RIGHTS (OCR)
- Questions and Answers Regarding the Department’s Final Title IX Rule
- OCR Webinar: Title IX Regulations Addressing Sexual Harassment
- The First Amendment and Title IX: An OCR Short Webinar
- OCR Short Webinar on How to Report Sexual Harassment under Title IX
- Conducting and Adjudicating Title IX Hearings: An OCR Training Webinar
- OCR Webinar on Due Process Protections under the New Title IX Regulations
- OCR Webinar on New Title IX Protections Against Sexual Assault
- OCR Webinar on Bias and Conflicts of Interest
- OCR Blog: Live Hearings, Excluding Reliance on a Party’s Statements, and verbal Conduct
- Notice of Interpretation: Title IX Prohibits discrimination against LGBTQ+ students and employees
- Questions and Answers on the Title IX Regulations on Sexual Harassment (July 2021)
Additional training materials are linked below. Questions about the materials and trainings can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The University of Oregon has an institutional membership with the Association of Title IX Administrators (ATIXA). Founded in 2011, ATIXA’s mission is to provide a professional association for school and college Title IX Administrators who are interested in serving their districts and institutions more effectively. ATIXA serves thousands of members across the nation, and continues to be the primary source for training and certification to school and campus Title IX administrators and investigators.
ATIXA training materials can be accessed using this URL.
Title IX Training by Cozen O'Connor
T9 Mastered - Title IX Consent: A Close Look at Incapacitation
T9 Mastered - Putting Facts Into Focus: A Nuts and Bolts Writing Workshop
Between 2020-2022, the University of Oregon was a member of the SUNY Student Conduct Institute. During the period of our membership, UO Title IX personnel participated in a wide range of trainings offered by SUNY, described below.
The SUNY Student Conduct Institute provides in-depth live and online training to student conduct officials, hearing officers, Title IX officials and other college personnel in due process, trauma-informed investigations and adjudications, questioning and weighing of evidence, and other crucial best practices in the investigation and conduct process that comply with relevant case law, Title IX guidance and the Clery Act.
Prohibited Discrimination Training: Resources & Policy Updates (covering Workplace Harassment & Discrimination Prevention training)
This training will outline the new Prohibited Discrimination and Retaliation policy, that became effective August 15, 2021. This session will cover relevant state and federal civil rights laws, the new prohibited discrimination and retaliation policy, protected statuses under UO policy, reporting statuses under UO policy, responding to disclosures, support resources, and university procedures for resolving complaints.
Title IX Education Specialists
Description: A review of basic federal requirements including notice of non-discrimination, grievance procedures, and scope of Title IX Coordinator’s role.
Institutional Compliance Solutions
Title IX Training Series
Module 1 – An Introduction to Managing Title IX Sexual Harassment on Campus
Module 2 – Formal Complaints of Title IX Sexual Harassment
Module 3 – Title IX Investigations & Informal Resolutions
Module 4 – Title IX Hearings
Module 5 – Title IX Determinations
Module 6 – Title IX Appeals