Students come to our classrooms (face to face and virtual) with varying experiences, including whether or not they have a disability. Some disabilities are visible, some are invisible, some may be lifelong, some may be newly acquired, some may be temporary. We have the ability, so as educators, we have a responsibility to create accessible, inclusive learning opportunities for all of our students. In this toolkit, you will find resources and support for things you can do to support all learners, those with and without disabilities. 

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This toolkit was created through reference and adaptation of these excellent works:

College Libraries Ontario. (2021, June 4). AODA Resources. Faculty Toolkit.

Coolidge, A., Doner, S., Robertson, T., & Gray, J. (2018, August 31). Accessibility Toolkit – Second Edition.

University of Lincoln. (2021). Resources Hub: Accessibility Toolkit. Digital Education Support.


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