Accessible Learning for Students With Disabilities

McGill University takes the lead implementing Universal Design

As a McGill University student with a learning disability, Cedric Yarish hates when professors rely on “chalk and talk.”

What helps him with his attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is when professors engage students in discussion, present their material in a variety of interesting ways and provide options for student evaluation, such as a choice between exams or papers or other types of multimedia projects.