Physical Accessibility @QueensU

This week I will be continuing with our theme of the month, “accessibility”.  Specifically, I will be exploring physical accessibility on Queen’s campus. First off, what is accessibility?  As stated by the Accessibility Hub’s ‘Blue Folder’, accessibility means, “Giving people

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All about the @AccessHubQU

Here at Gradifying we are focusing on accessibility this month. Last week Sharday wrote an excellent post about accessibility and universal design. This week I will give you a peek at a neat new resource offered here at Queen’s –

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Accessibility and Universal Design

This month, Amanda, Jeremy, Dustin, and I are going to write about issues, events, and opportunities related to the concept of accessibility. Accessibility is something to which we all have a different set of relationships. For instance, we may perceive

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Farewell Atif and Rachel, Hello Jeremy and Dustin–Or, Gradifying: A Long, Slow Goodbye

The Queen’s of the Stoneage concert is coming up, and so I’m writing in song lyrics more than usual. (If you’re not familiar with the song “A Long Slow Goodbye,” click this YouTube link immediately, if not sooner) It’s time

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What to do in Kingston this summer…. Part 4

I’m now in the midst of my sixth Kingston summer. Between the Masters and PhD, I’ve been here for a few years, and every year I find myself looking forward to the same things every time the campus clears out

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What to do in Kingston this Summer…. Part 3

This is my fifth summer in Kingston, and it is definitely my favourite time of the year. Here are my picks:   Best Summer Eats This city has no shortage of great food and there are a number of excellent

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What to do in Kingston this summer…Part 2

Here’s the second installment of recommendations for enjoying Kingston in its most beautiful season. 1) Best summer eats I’m a huge fan of the Chez Piggy patio. The restaurant is hidden off the main street in what’s called Rocheleau Court.

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This lab went on a coffee run. What they did next will surprise you…

THEY VOTED. THEY ALL WENT TO AN ADVANCE POLLING STATION NEAR THEIR WORKPLACE AND VOTED. We’re going to take a break from our regularly scheduled programming to talk about the 2014 Ontario Provincial Election. The election is currently scheduled for

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What to do in Kingston this (awesome) summer….Part 1

Summer in Kingston is awesome. This might age me a bit but this is my seventh summer in Kingston. That’s right… seventh.  You’d think I was a Kingston summer expert but every year I discover new things to do and

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So you want a graduate degree in Cultural Studies…

What is Cultural Studies? To put it briefly, the field of Cultural Studies traces its history back to the middle of the 20th century with roots in the Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies (CCCS) at the University of Birmingham, UK.

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