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RESOURCES & SERVICES

Assistive Technology on Campus

Information Communications Technology
Assistive Technology that relates to Information Communications Technology on campus can be found at the following link: http://www.ocadu.ca/it under Accessibility. For more information, please contact:

Stevan Plavsa splavsa@ocadu.ca  416-977-6000 Ext.441
Manager, Helpdesk & AV Support

Andrew McAllister amcallister@ocadu.ca 416-977-6000 Ext. 304
Manager, Academic Computing

Mark Goffin mgoffin@ocadu.ca 416-977-6000 Ext. 203
Manager, Print & Copy Services

Human Resources
For information on assistive technology, accommodations or accessible resources for OCAD employees, please contact:

Nicky Davis ndavis@ocadu.ca Ext. 416 977 6000 Ext. 251
Director, Human Resources

Centre for Students with Disabilities
For information on assistive technology, accommodations and resources for registered students, please click on the link http://www.ocadu.ca/students/disability_services.htm or contact the Centre for Stduents with Disabilities via email at csd@ocadu.ca or by telephone at 416 977 6000 Ext. 339

Dorothy H. Hoover Library Services
The Dorothy H. Hoover Library Services will assist with alternative formats and general access of services. Please contact:

Robert Fabbro rfabbro@ocadu.ca Ext. 416 977 6000 Ext. 343
Reference & Access Services Librarian, Dorothy H. Hoover Library Services

Jill Patrick jpatrick@ocadu.ca Ext. 416 077 6000 Ext. 348
Director, Dorothy H. Hoover Library Services

Notice of Disruption in Services and Facilities

In the event of a service disruption on campus affecting students, employees, visitors, contractors or members of the general public, it is the responsibility of individual service areas (i.e. Office of the Registrar, Student Services, Library, Facilities Planning & Management, Campus Services & Security, Studio Management, Exhibition Services, Faculty Offices, Human Resources, Risk Management, IT Services, etc.) to take reasonable steps to report disruption in a timely fashion through appropriate information channels. These channels include, the OCAD website, physical postings (temporary signage) on or immediately adjacent to the affected area, and/or communication via email to affected individuals, departments or groups.

In accordance with the AODA, notice must be conspicuous and indicate any alternatives that exist to allow access to persons with disabilities during the disruption. The required information necessary for any communication of a temporary disruption may include:


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