Niagara Dailies: Niagara College launches virtual accessibility hub to help others remove barriers in education, work

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An article in the Niagara Dailies and Niagara-on-the-Lake Advance spotlights NC’s new digital Accessibility Hub, which provides resources to both educators and community organizations interested in eliminating barriers for people with disabilities. The Hub was developed through a grant from the Ministry of Colleges and Universities’ Virtual Learning Strategy initiative.

The coverage includes comments from NC’s Director of Teaching and Learning Innovation Natasha Patrito Hannon and NC alumna Toosje Fulcher, who has multiple sclerosis and a learning disability.

Read the May 4 article on the St. Catharines Standard’s website here.

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