As a community, Carleton is committed to continue to build a culture of accessibility. The Coordinated Accessibility Strategy will serve as a framework to guide Carleton’s ongoing commitment toward a campus that is accessible and inclusive. To keep the community informed on the progress of this process, regular news updates will be posted here. Please e-mail AccessibilityStrategy@carleton.ca at any time with questions or feedback.
Monday, November 26, 2018
Coordinated Accessibility Strategy Update #2
The Coordinated Accessibility Strategy Steering Committee continues to receive valuable feedback from the Carleton community to inform the creation of the Strategy. As we start to look at the tactical phase, the Coordinated Accessibility Strategy Working Group will begin to compile feedback and sort responses into three categories: included for...
Tuesday, November 13, 2018
Coordinated Accessibility Strategy Update #1
Thank you to everyone who has provided feedback on the draft consultation process for the Coordinated Accessibility Strategy. After considering feedback that was received, we have posted the updated work plan and, in the spirit of transparency, all feedback received has been posted on the consultation website. The Coordinated Accessibility...
Friday, October 26, 2018
Coordinated Accessibility Strategy Consultation
Dear Members of the Carleton Community, As a community, Carleton is committed to continue to build a culture of accessibility. Our focus on accessibility began with the creation of the 24-hour Attendant Services program 32 years ago, through to the Paul Menton Centre for Students with Disabilities, the READ Initiative (Research, Education,...