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OCUL Accessibility Information Toolkit Now Available in Web-Based Version

OCUL Accessibly Information Toolkit for Libraries

The Ontario Council of University Libraries (OCUL) has released a web-based version of the OCUL Accessibly Information Toolkit for Libraries, previously available only as a PDF. Anyone interested in making Ontario’s academic libraries and institutions more inclusive can now more easily browse, search, and consult this important resource.

Since its initial release in 2013, the OCUL Accessibility Information Toolkit, available in French and English, has received a very positive response from OCUL members and others in the library community. The toolkit explores the areas of public services; procurement; and law and administration. Useful resources in the toolkit include how-to guides, FAQs, sample policy language, and important Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) deadlines.

The toolkit is the result of a partnership between University of Toronto Libraries and the Ontario Council of University Libraries with support from the Government of Ontario. This resource is intended to support OCUL members as they strive to foster an inclusive educational experience across Ontario.