UCN strives to ensure students who are registered with Student Accessibility Services (SAS) receive accommodations that they are entitled to in accordance with:
Accessibility for Manitobans Act (Legislative Assembly of Manitoba)
**Four categories of disabilities are:
Student Accessibility Services (SAS)
SAS strives to provide accessible learning opportunities and reasonable accommodation for all UCN students with permanent or temporary disabilities. Medical documentation is required from the appropriate medical professional for students to be eligible for accommodations. UCN believes that students have the right and the responsibility to choose to register or not with SAS. Students are encouraged to declare their disability when applying; your decision to register or not can be made at a later date.
To contact, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
NNELS is an online public library of books for people with a print disabilities in audiobook, DAISY, PDF, EPUB, e-text, electronic Braille, and other formats.
Eligible users include individuals with print disabilities or people acting on their behalf. Print disabilities include vision, mobility, and comprehension impairments that prevent individuals from being able to read a print book. Approximately 10% of Canadians qualify for access to NNELS.
After registering at the library, eligible users or friends and family members can access the NNELS catalogue and download material directly, or request assistance from library staff.
Centre for Equitable Library Access Collection
UCN's regional public libraries offer access to a collection of over 1 million books, magazines, newspapers in a choice of accessible formats for people with a print disability through the Centre for Equitable Library Access.
Access to the CELA collection is available to people who are unable to read conventional print due to a disability, which includes:
Sign up for CELA service with your public library card, or contact email@example.com for assistance.