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  1. The AIM Center is a resource for educators, curriculum specialist, parents and anyone interested in implementing AIM. Materials are presented in formats that students with disabilities can use, such as...

  2. ATCP works with the California Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation to establish vocational alternative media production training, which includes math production capabilities. State inmates are involved in producing the accessible math...

  3. The Library of Congress' NLS runs a free library program of braille and audio materials circulated to eligible borrowers in the United States by postage-free mail. The library also has a...

  4. Letter from the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services on the use of the latest Mathematical Markup Language Structure Guidelines (MathML3). MathML3 guidelines reflect the...

  5. This organization provides electronic and Braille books, newspapers, magazines and other printed materials to schools and students who are blind or low vision or have learning or physical disabilities that make it difficult to read. The service is...

  6. Information for parents about the benefits of assistive technology for infants, toddlers and young children with disabilities. There are two types of assistive technology devices most commonly used by infants and toddlers–switches and augmentative...

  7. This site supports educators and students in the field of universal design, an approach to the design of products and environments so they are usable by all people, to the greatest extent possible, without...

  8. This online tool helps teachers and parents find educational and assistive technology products for students with disabilities. You can search the database by subject area, grade level, disability, and types of adaptive devices and alternative formats. Visit...

  9. NCTI offers information on research, trends and resources for researchers, developers and vendors who are working to make sure that technology tools meet the needs of students with disabilities. Visit National...

  10. The Carl and Ruth Shapiro Family National Center for Accessible Media provides information about media accessibility for people with disabilities. It offers information about accessibility guidelines, resources for educators, and accessibility assessments for educational publishers and test...

  11. School districts are responsible for providing assistive technology devices and services if it is determined by an Individualized Education Program (IEP) team that the child needs them to benefit from...

  12. Information from UCP about what assistive technology is (AT), how it can help people with CP and other disabilities and the AT programs UCP offers. Contact your UCP state affiliate or state AT program to...

  13. This nonprofit organization conducts research, offers workshops and online trainings for educators and service providers, and provides information about learning tools for students with disabilities. The website includes information about Universal Design for Learning (UDL). UDL offers a blueprint for creating...

  14. This tool kit explains how universal design can be applied to teaching and assessing students. In a classroom using a universally designed curriculum, you might find books on tape, interactive...

  15. Information on issues to think about when designing computer-based testing for all students, including students with disabilities and students with limited English proficiency. It also describes how to start the move...

  16. The AIM Center works with states, educators, parents, publishers and others to make sure that students with disabilities receive instructional materials in formats that are accessible to them. The Center's website also has tools and resources to...

  17. These guidelines from the Carl and Ruth Shapiro Family National Center for Accessible Media provide information about how adaptive and accessible technology, such as computer software and digital books, can help meet the...

  18. A guide from the PACER Center and the National Center on Accessible Instructional Materials for parents and school personnel to help them to decide if a student needs AIM, how to...

  19. This organization offers an accessible audiobook library for students with disabilities, such as visual impairments and dyslexia. Learning Ally also offers the Marion Huber Learning through Listening Awards which provide scholarships...

  20. Ensures access to university programs and serves as a clearinghouse for disability-related initiatives, programs and services, including an undergraduate minor and graduate interdisciplinary concentration in Disability Studies. The Office...

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