Honouring Individuality: How Accessibility is Constantly Evolving

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Accessibility is fundamentally about accommodating and celebrating individual experiences; therefore, it is important for us to actively think about how we can reimagine accessible practices in new and creative ways. Lois spoke with 3 disability advocates in the U of T community to discuss how we can begin to take a more proactive and innovative approach towards accessibility. 

Written by Lois Lee, Blog Editor & Digital Content Writer, Master of Information, User Experience Design and Archives & Records Management  

Prototyping as a Mindset

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When submitting work for feedback, it can feel like “conventional” expectations always demand complete, polished submissions. Cheryl reflects on how taking a more iterative approach helped her build confidence, closer relationships, and stronger finished work. 

Written by Cheryl Nong, Research Coordinator, Honours Bachelor of Science, Psychology and Neuroscience Double Major 

We’re Hiring the Research Coordinator and Digital Communications Coordinator 2024-25

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Are you interested in communication, collaboration, leadership, and project management? Are you wishing to create change and improve the campus student experience at U of T? The Innovation Hub is hiring Research Coordinator and Digital Communications Coordinator. We are seeking innovative, insightful, determined leader to join our team!

Call for Participants: Commuter Student Spaces Co-creation Sessions

Want to help shape the future of commuter student spaces on campus?

We want to hear from you!

In partnership with Spaces & Experiences, the Innovation Hub is hosting co-creation sessions to explore the needs of commuter students. Student feedback will be used to generate insights that will inform design decisions for current and future campus spaces. We invite you to share your experiences and help the university foster a better sense of belonging on the St. George campus.