The University of Ottawa and the Francophonie, beyond the controversy
Vice-President, International and Francophonie Sanni Yaya invites the University community to collectively contribute to the various projects currently underway that aim to build a new Francophonie, one that will serve as a setting for personal growth, empowerment, and openness to the world.
“Alexa, how do we make technology more accessible for people with cognitive disabilities?”
Psychology Professor Virginie Cobigo believes that if you’re looking to design products and services that are accessible for people with cognitive disabilities, you need to include these people in your R&D processes.
In order to show the range of different Franco-Ontarian experiences, the Office of the Vice-Rector, International and Francophonie is giving the floor to Franco-Ontarians, members of the university community.