Book Title: Inclusive Spectrums

Subtitle: Preliminary Research Exhibition

Author: OCADU 2019/2021 Inclusive Design Masters Cohort

Book Description: This exhibition presents the preliminary major research project ideas of OCAD University’s Inclusive Design 2019/2021 cohort. These projects explore a spectrum of themes, ranging from healthcare, to sensory experiences, to storytelling and services for cultural communities, to neurodiversity, and finally, to design practices and processes themselves.

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OCADU 2019/2021 Inclusive Design Masters Cohort

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Title
Inclusive Spectrums
Author
OCADU 2019/2021 Inclusive Design Masters Cohort
Contributors
Amna Azhar, Sara Boback, Jason Burke, Jennifer Cao, Christine Chung, Josie Gray, Jennie Grimard, Jaime Hilditch, Mirjana Jevremovic, Mitali Kamat, Taekyom Kim, Isabel Casanova Ledesma, Erin Lee, Zilong Li, Wanqing Liu, Melissa Ngo, and Caleb Valorozo-Jones
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Inclusive Spectrums by OCADU 2019/2021 Inclusive Design Masters Cohort is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted.

© 2020 OCADU’s 2019/2021 Inclusive Design Master’s Cohort

This exhibition was a collaborative project to share our ideas for our major research projects. As such, although the exhibit as a whole is under a CC BY licence, students have selected their own licences for their individual project pages. Please verify those licences before repurposing this work.

Additional Subject(s)
Educational strategies and policy: inclusion, Diversity and inclusion in the workplace, Graphic design, Individual designers or design groups, Role-playing, war games and fantasy sports, Web graphics and design, Assistive technology, Virtual reality, Oral history, Archiving, preservation and digitization, Sign languages, Braille and other linguistic communication, Music, Open learning, distance education
Publication Date
August 9, 2020