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Supports aim to make virtual spaces more accessible as work and learning shift online

A hand is placed on top of a laptop, just below the keyboard where braille is located. The laptop is purple with black keyboard keys.

May 21, 2020 marks Global Accessibility Awareness Day, a world-wide event that provides an opportunity to talk, think, and learn about digital accessibility and inclusion. To mark this event, The AccessMac Program within McMaster’s Equity and Inclusion Office is highlighting a number of resources designed to help faculty, staff and students learn about the digital formats, technologies and platforms that […]

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