This video provides an overview of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) and discusses how it applies to educators. It also provides examples on how instruction can be made more accessible to all students. The video has been captioned in both English and French.
The University of Guelph will make every effort to provide notice to students, employees and the public when there is a temporary service disruption (planned or unexpected) at the University.
Where a service disruption occurs the University shall: a) Post a notice at the location, b) Post a notice on the Unit Website or contact service users by other appropriate means including but not limited to email, telephone, courselink, other websites, and internal electronic signage, and c) Provide advanced notice... more
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