Site Accessibility Statement
Wilfrid Laurier University Leaf
October 22, 2014
 
 
Canadian Excellence

Requests for Documents in Accessible Formats



Laurier is committed to providing accessible resources for all student, staff, faculty, alumni, and visitors to our websites and locations.

If you require a document in an accessible format please contact the department associated with the document or the Employment Equity and AODA Officer at accessibility@wlu.ca  or by phone at 519-8840710 ext. 4710.



What is an accessible format? An accessible format can mean different things to different people. Essentially, an accessible format is an alternative to standard print. It may include electronic formats, large print formats, audio formats, or braille. Communication supports are supports that some people with disabilities may need to access information; for example, captions, plain language, or written notes.

To help make your documents, PDFs, and websites more accessible, please view our resources below or check out the Accessible Digital Office Document's website at http://adod.idrc.ocad.ca/ or see "Creating Accessible PDF Files" here: https://www.adobe.com/enterprise/accessibility/pdfs/acro6_pg_ue.pdf.

Related Information Title Type
2012 Accessibility Guidelines for Print Material Document
2012 Creating Accessible Documents and Websites Document
2012 Creating Accessible PDFs Document