Join us for a tour of TRI’s lab facilities before leaving the iConference!

For those who were at the accessibility fishbowl on Tuesday, or for those who might be visiting this page after hearing about our fishbowl, here is the information about the tour of the Toronto Rehabilitation Institute’s recently completed lab facilities to be held tomorrow, Friday February 10th. Hope you can join us! If you can, please leave a comment on this post.

We will be meeting in the lobby of the Marriott Eaton Centre (conference hotel) and heading over at 9:30am. The tour will begin approximately at 10am. The information from our tour liaison, organizer Sonya Allin, is below:

Just fyi we’re to meet tomorrow at 10 am in the lobby of the Elm St. entrance of the Toronto Rehabilitation Institute (TRI) for the tour.

Toronto Rehabilitation Institute is at 550 University Avenue.  If you walk west on Dundas Street to the corner of Dundas and University you will be one block south of TRI.

Hope to see you there!

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  1. amyhurst

    It was really exciting to get to see TRI’s faciliites. For those who are interested, you can learn more about their research and facilities here:
    http://www.torontorehab.com/Research/Facilities.aspx

    http://www.torontorehab.com/Research/Facilities/Labs/Challenging-Environment-Assessment-Lab-%28CEAL%29.aspx




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    This purpose of this fishbowl session is to encourage discussion and collaboration within the iSchools accessibility community, and to identify and build connections between “traditional” accessibility research for people with disabilities and researchers in other topic areas who address related concerns.
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