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Accessibility Café Series continues February 5th, 2014

Accessibility Café Series, February 5th

Accessibility Cafés are a chance for the Queen’s community to get together to discuss building an inclusive and accessible Queen’s community that follows the requirements of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act. Each Café has a unique topic and all participants are encouraged to share their perspectives and generate ideas. How can we improve upon what Queen’s is doing already towards imagining and then building an even stronger inclusive and accessible Queen’s community?

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Accessibility Café Series continues January 8th

Accessibility Café Series, January 8th

panel of people at Accessibility Cafe, Spring 2013Accessibility Cafés are a chance for the Queen’s community to get together  to discuss building an inclusive and accessible Queen’s community that follows the requirements of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act. Each Café has an unique topic and all participants are encouraged  to share their perspectives and generate ideas. How can we improve upon what Queen’s is doing already towards imagining and then building an even stronger inclusive and accessible Queen’s community?

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ITServices and the Accessibility Hub work on new Queen’s website accessibility initiative

New Initiative to Support Accessibility of Queen’s Website

ITServices is working with the Accessibility Hub on an initiative to provide accessibility auditing for all Queen's University websites. The goal is to help website owners gauge their level of readiness for meeting the legislative requirements outlined in the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA).

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ABLE ARTISTS 2013!

ABLE ARTISTS 2013!

ABLE ARTISTS is H’art Centre’s annual forum that brings professional artists with disabilities and those who support access to the arts from across Canada to Kingston to tell their stories, share their work and open minds. H’art Centre is a non-profit helping people with disabilities and those facing barriers to access the arts.

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Accessibility Cafe series continues Nov 4th

Accessibility Café Series, November 4th

panel of people at Accessibility Cafe, Spring 2013Accessibility Cafés are a chance for the Queen’s community to get together  to discuss building an inclusive and accessible Queen’s community that follows the requirements of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act. Each Café has an unique topic and all participants are encouraged  to share their perspectives and generate ideas. How can we improve upon what Queen’s is doing already towards imagining and then building an even stronger inclusive and accessible Queen’s community?

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Queen's launches Accessibility Hub

Queen's launches Accessibility Hub to build a more accessible, inclusive campus community

Queen's launches its new Accessibility Hub next week as part of its efforts to build a more accessible, inclusive campus community. The Hub will be a central, online gateway to accessibility information and resources, as well as an online community for feedback and discussion around accessibility issues.

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Accessibility Hub Launch One week Away!

Celebratory Launch of the Accessibility Hub - Oct 30th

portrait of Melissa VassalloPlease join us for the launch of the Accessibility Hub featuring keynote speaker, Melissa Vassallo, Artsci'02.  Disability and Healthcare Advocate, Blogger, Speaker.  Melissa returns to campus sharing her message to live life ‘Thriving‘ not just surviving. She is the recent recipient of the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal for her ongoing accomplishments in the area of transforming disability and accessibility and rights through education, legislation and community service.

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Accessibility Hub Launch special guest and disability advocate Melissa Vassallo

Celebratory Launch of the Accessibility Hub

portrait of Melissa VassalloPlease join us for the launch of the Accessibility Hub featuring keynote speaker, Melissa Vassallo, Artsci'02.  Disability and Healthcare Advocate, Blogger, Speaker.  Melissa returns to campus sharing her message to live life ‘Thriving‘ not just surviving. She is the recent recipient of the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal for her ongoing accomplishments in the area of transforming disability and accessibility and rights through education, legislation and community service.

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