The Accessibility Services Office (AS) facilitates the inclusion of students with a range of disabilities into all aspects of university life. Services are provided to students with a documented disability whether physical, sensory, a learning disability or a mental health condition. Students with temporary disability (e.g. broken arm) are also eligible for the service. Even if you never need any accommodations, you can relax knowing you can access them if necessary. Accommodations may include note-taking services, alternative format textbooks, and exam-writing support.
Provides a range of supports to help you reach your academic potential. Meet one-on-one with a learning strategist, access online resources, try a drop-in-session or workshop.
Rotman Embedded Learning Strategist
We are pleased to partner with the Academic Success Centre to provide Rotman students access to a Learning Strategist at the Rotman School. Meet with Liam O’Leary for support with your academic tasks. He can help you to manage assignments, time, procrastination, or stress. They also support students to develop skills in problem solving, active study, critical thinking, and concentration.
Liam O’Leary is a certified coach and a graduate of the MEd in adult education at the University of Toronto. He takes a solution-focused approach to supporting individuals in their personal, academic, and professional growth. Liam has worked across Canada and internationally, and looks forward to supporting Rotman MBA students in developing better study strategies and related skills as an embedded Learning Strategist.
In his spare time he serves on the board of directors for The Canadian Training Institute, a national non-profit organization that supports at-risk youth and offers training to frontline social service workers.
How to Book:
Beginning September 19th Liam will be onsite at the Rotman School Tuesdays and Fridays 2:00-5:30pm. Appointments will be booked through the Event Registration site on RWorld.
Should Liam be fully booked for onsite appointments, please take advantage of UofT’s other Learning Strategists at the Academic Success Centre. See above for details.
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