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Students with Perceptual Disabilities

Students with perceptual disabilities are a diverse set of learners with a wide range of access requirements. Section 32(1) of the Copyright Act of Canada defines a perceptual disability as:

“A disability that prevents or inhibits a person from reading or hearing a literary, musical, dramatic or artistic work in its original format, and includes such a disability resulting from:

  • severe or total impairment of sight or hearing or the inability to focus or move one’s eyes
  • the inability to hold or manipulate a book, or
  • an impairment relating to comprehension”

– Copyright Act of [...]

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