Master of Design in Inclusive Design

Supports for complying with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA)

How do I make my web site accessible? How do I make my office documents accessible? How do I make information available in alternative formats? Businesses and organizations read our AODA Help.

RT @tjbliss: Thrilled to be supporting the special strand on #accessibility & #OER at #OpenED15! @idrc_ocadu @BCcampus @CAST_UDL http://t.c…
FluidProject Looking forward to the Inclusive Design #Hackathon this weekend https://t.co/C1SnMeo7Ed

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2015 Inclusive Design Graduates

The following amazing graduates received their Masters of Design in Inclusive Design this year:

Taghreed Zuhair Al-Zubaidi
Claire Elizabeth Brooke
Julie Buelow
Andrei John Dacko
Feriyal Hallajarani
Anne Jackson
Yijin Jiang
Doaa Khattab
Brandon Laird
David Lawson
Cheryl L’Hirondelle
Ambrose Cheuk-Wing Li
Vanessa Pfaff
Tomasz Pokinko
Donna Saccutelli
Noelle Campbell-Smith
John Willis
Arief Yulianto, and
Hong Zou

Congratulations to this year’s new Inclusive Designers!

Featured Projects

FLOE

FLOE provides the resources needed to enable inclusive access to personally relevant, engaging learning opportunities for the full diversity of learners and content producers. Through the Open Education Resources community, FLOE makes tools available that transform, augment, and personalize the learning experience.

Prosperity4All

Prosperity4All develops the infrastructure and ecosystem that will allow for a ubiquitous auto-personalization of interfaces and materials, based on user needs and preferences, to grow (promote self-rewarding collaboration, reduce redundant development, lower costs, increase market reach and penetration internationally).

Cloud4all

Cloud4all is an European Commission FP7 grant that will develop key parts of the Global Public Inclusive Infrastructure (GPII), building the knowledge base and algorithms needed and evaluating the ability of the concept to work across platforms, technologies and applications.

Preferences for Global Access

The goal of Preferences for Global Access is the design and development of web software to assist users with disabilities in creating online user profiles that specify their needs and preferences for how online information and services should be presented to them. The key to ensuring successful access to information and services is a personal statement expressing needs and preferences for specific contexts and goals. These "preference sets" automatically configure information and applications to meet individual. This team is developing tools and technologies to support users in specifying their individual needs and preferences in several application settings.