Accessing a New Perspective

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 “Accessing a New Perspective”

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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