Creating An Accessible Learning Environment Under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act. Michele Chittenden Library Services for Students with Disabilities Queen’s University, Canada July 2010. Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA).
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Library Services for Students with Disabilities
Queen’s University, Canada
The AODA, which became law in 2005, provides a framework to create a more inclusive society for persons with disabilities.
Module 1: Understanding the AODA and the Accessibility Standards for Customer ServiceModule 2: Communicating with Customers with DisabilitiesModule 3: Serving Customers with Disabilities
Queen's recognizes that feedback is critical to the process of identifying and removing barriers to participation as well as improving how we deliver our services to persons with disabilities.
It is the Committee’s vision that by 2025, all information and methods of communication to and from an individual will be designed to be accessible to persons with disabilities consistent with human rights law, the French Language Services Act (1990) (where applicable) and inclusive design principles.
Accessibility Overview Accessible PDFs
Accessible Web Pages Accessible Videos
The Adaptive Technology Centre (ATC) provides a range of services, specialized software programmes, computers, assistive devices and workshops that enable students with disabilities to read, write, research and study more effectively.