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Survey to collect and share inclusive practices

A short survey launched this week is designed to collect and share practices that have contributed to making the campus more inclusive.

“From inclusive teaching practices to providing accessible customer service delivery, if you, or someone you know at UWindsor, is providing services in an inclusive and accessible manner, please take a few moments to tell us about it,” says Denice Shuker, accessibility and human rights manager in the Office of Human Rights, Equity, and Accessibility. “Examples could include things such as ensuring events are made accessible to all, removing barriers for participation, or providing alternate ways for students to complete assignments.”

A project of the Accessible Education, Training, and Awareness Committee, the “Sharing Inclusive Practices Survey” has won clearance from the Research Ethics Board. Access it online here:

Organizers will also staff a kiosk for people to submit their stories during Accessibility Awareness Day, March 28 in the CAW Student Centre.