What they do for students with valid medical documentation Whether your disability is permanent or temporary, visible or invisible, an Access Services Advisor at the OSD can help you get the support you need to address the barriers you experience.
Make an appointment with an Access Services Advisor to discuss the barriers you are experiencing and the supports available at McGill. Program for the Advancement of Career Exploration P. Includes vocational testing and a complete self-assessment.
Through the program, students establish ties with professionals who can share valuable advice about their career options and information about jobs, organizations, and industries. Our services are needs-based, and can include the following: Exam accommodations Note taking Access Technology: we have both Access and Adaptive Technologist to help students who use adaptive computer technology, or who need support learning how to use technology to access their course materials.
Workshops: in-person and webinar style workshops that focus on academic skills, time management and wellness. Includes vocational testing and a complete self-assessment.
Qualifications: Ideal candidates will hold a graduate degree PhD strongly preferred in rhetoric and composition or a related field, and have experience teaching academic writing at the graduate level.
CESL courses are intended for students whose first language is not English. Free weekly open tutorial during Fall and Winter terms. To apply: Click here Pronunciation for Effective Communication CESL Calendar Description: Developing pronunciation skills for effective communication in academic settings with emphasis on features of pronunciation that most affect intelligibility.