Take advantage of our pre-semester syllabus peer review.
The CS-IDEA committee offers a free peer response service for faculty. Email us your syllabus two weeks before the semester starts for a free peer response with concrete suggestions for IDEA-centric language.
Intended primarily for department-level plans, the BCPnet Resource Portal acts as a clearinghouse for departments to partner with relevant organizations.
When submitting a BPC plan with an NSF grant proposal, PIs can write their own plan or build upon a department BPC plan, adding a page to describe how their own goals and activities link to the department's plan.
Understanding diversity and responding within CS research communities
A number of CS research communities are doing interesting things around diversity. Below are some links to some successful activities that could be inspirational for your own CS research community whatever that may be. (Note: This is an inspirational, not exhaustive list, and many of the conferences/communities highlighted below are doing multiple great activities.)
The ACM FAccT conference publishes a detailed Diversity and Inclusion Statement that builds on the conference's strategic plan and highlights innovation happening at the current conference.