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The “Unfit” In Canada: A History Of Disability Rights And Justice

  • Article
  • Advocacy
  • Anti-Oppression
Source Disability Justice Network of Ontario

Information for Faculty and Academic Staff on Effective Accommodations for Placements, and Practicums

For some students, the demands of a clinical environment reveal unexpected disability-related issues that might not have required accommodations in the past.

  • Guide
  • Advocacy
  • Accessibility
Source The Tri-Campus Accessibility Offices, University of Toronto

Demystifying Academic Accommodations

This document has been created to provide instructors with information about accommodating students with disabilities.

  • Guide
  • Advocacy
  • Accessibility
Source The Office for Students with Disabilities (The OFSD), University of Toronto

Universal Design for Learning

Framework and resources to change the design of the learning environment rather than change the learner.

  • Website
  • Teaching
  • Curriculum Development
  • Accessibility
Source Centre for Teaching Support and Innovation, University of Toronto

Accessible, Inclusive and Anti-Oppressive Pedagogies

Resources that support equitable, inclusive, accessible teaching and learning.

  • Website
  • Teaching
  • Classroom Teaching
  • Accessibility
Source Teaching Assistants' Training Program, University of Toronto

Avoiding Ableist Language

Serves as a reference for linguistic microaggressions and everyday, casual ableism.

  • Guide
  • Advocacy
  • Accessibility
  • Anti-Ableism
Source Augsburg University

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