Improving accessibility by crowd-sourcing

Every student is an individual and may face different accessibility issues

  • Engaging students and other stakeholders for pointing out accessibility issues and even asking for solutions can be a very effective way of addressing them.
  • Technology for crowd-sourcing is abundantly available. Even traditional questionnaires or online surveys work well.
  • The example provided by University of Guelph is a good model for crafting your own institution’s approach.
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Source: University of Guelph. 2018. Help Make U of G’s Physical Spaces More Inclusive.