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Call for Submissions – Accessibility and Disability Inclusion Update 2019-2020!

Official image for the Call for Submissions for the Accessibility and Disability Inclusion Update for 2019-2020.

The Equity and Inclusion Office and the McMaster Accessibility Council invite you to submit a 150 word description of new or ongoing accessibility and disability inclusion work (volunteer, professional or scholarly), either personally or as part of your unit, to this year’s Accessibility and Disability Inclusion Update 2019-2020. Recognizing that 2020 has presented unprecedented challenges, impacting individuals and communities in many different ways, we […]

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Let’s Talk about Race – Anti-Black Racism

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A Message from PACBIC’s Priorities and Planning Steering Committee A hallmark of McMaster’s commitments to equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI) is the President’s Advisory Committee on Building an Inclusive Community (PACBIC), which is a long-standing committee tasked, among other things, with providing a forum for discussion, reflection and learning on important social issues related to equity, […]

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

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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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Accessibility Hub Website Re-Launch: Because We All Have a Role to Play

McMaster Accessibility Hub: Because We All Have a Role to Play

The Accessibility Hub website was created and is maintained by the AccessMac Program, in the Equity and Inclusion Office, and the McMaster Accessibility Council.  The website’s re-launch is the result of several years of consultation with accessibility and disability services and with students, staff and faculty with disabilities to ensure that the site is useful, […]

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