Please join us for the first of two Enable Montreal Interactive Knowledge Exchanges.
The first knowledge exchange is designed to introduce participants to key concepts and information related to the accessibility context in Montreal. The focus for Knowledge exchange #1 is accessibility, empowerment, inclusion and integration.
4 guest speakers will discuss these important concepts:
- Gerald Potkah, Concordia student, Ph.D. candidate in Industrial engineering. His thesis is on Data driven models for scheduling physicians.
- Michael Benjoar, Recording producer at QSD
- Isabelle Boisvert, Vice-President at Independent Living-Montreal
- Claire Burrows, Researcher in residence at Concordia, her doctoral research pertains to accessibility of academic libraries in Canada for students with disabilities.
Following this discussion, we will hold a speed brain dating activity to explore the profile of every participant and see how we can all contribute to Enable Montreal.
Please consult the full schedule of upcoming activities.
To learn more about Enable Montreal: www.concordia.ca/enable
*Recognizing the importance of accessible spaces, we prepared a list of accessibility commitments.