Accessing a New Perspective

Written by student blogger Danielle Howson 

Our entire lives, we are told to put ourselves in someone else’s shoes in order to understand their perspective. I’ve always considered myself to be a thoughtful person, yet I never realized how little I truly contemplate challenges other people might be facing. However, having recently taken part in the Student Learning Centre’s Charrette on Accessibility allowed me to view my world through a different lens.Staff attending the Charrette next to colourful balloons. Continue reading

Accessibility at the Ryerson Student Learning Centre

Written by Alanna O’Connor, Ryerson Grad RTA ’15, SLC Assistant

My return to campus this month has been a whirlwind experience, full of memories, new learning curves and confusing walks in Kerr Hall. As a new member of the SEAL team and as a graduate of Ryerson, I’m thrilled to be part of the Ramily once again. Through my short time here I’ve learned that the Student Learning Centre (SLC) is more than just a building, it’s a culture that fosters innovation while always keeping students’ needs its highest priority.

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