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    2:45PM – 4:00PM ET on Thursday, November 15, 2018

    All students need useful learning materials in order to access, participate, and achieve in the general curriculum. However, the standard learning materials, both print and digital, that are purchased by school districts and used in the classroom are not always accessible or usable by all students. In response to these challenges, Ohio accepted an invitation as one of eight states to participate with the National Center on Accessible Educational Materials, in the AEM Best Practices Cohort project. This panel, featuring national, state, and district representatives, will discuss the issues at both the policy and practical level. The specific work of the districts participating in the Ohio Best Practices Cohort will be featured and the Ohio AT and AEM Center will also introduce supports and resources available to assist all districts in providing AEM and accessible technologies to students.

  • presentation

    9:15AM – 10:15AM MT on Wednesday, November 14, 2018

    Increases in digital materials has helped students who struggle with print-based materials. However, digital materials and technologies are not always designed to be accessible from the start. We will address how higher education institutions can better meet their legal obligation to provide students with accessible educational materials

  • presentation

    4:10PM – 5:00PM CT on Thursday, November 1, 2018

    Education agencies and institutions across K-12 and higher ed are legally obligated to provide accessible educational materials and accessible technologies (AEM) to learners who need them. In this interactive session, you’ll engage with seven Quality Indicators for including accessibility in the procurement of educational materials and technologies. You’ll also practice using a self-assessment tool that you can bring back to your colleagues for monitoring continuous improvement in the provision of accessible materials and technologies.

  • webinar
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    2:00PM – 3:00PM ET on Tuesday, September 25, 2018

    K-12 education agencies and schools are becoming increasingly aware of web accessibility and taking action.Join this webinar for an overview of why accessibility is essential for K-12 websites. Topics will include legal requirements, case studies, policy development, and considerations for getting started.

  • webinar
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    1:00PM – 2:00PM ET on Friday, August 17, 2018

    As states develop and revise policies that guide the accessibility of educational materials procured for all learners, including students with disabilities, a common and accurate understanding of the term “accessible” is essential. Regardless of format (print, video, audio, web, simulation, etc.) or source (commercial or open), the meaning and purpose of accessibility is a relevant, legal, and ethical consideration. This webinar will begin to address commonly asked questions. Join us as we kick off a continuing discussion

  • presentation

    1:20PM – 2:20PM CT on Wednesday, June 13, 2018

    The National Center on Accessible Educational Materials is working with 8 states to support promising AEM practices. Come hear what we have been doing in Texas!

  • webinar

    2:00PM – 3:00PM ET on Thursday, May 31, 2018

    Unpack the challenges faced by students who use accessible educational materials and technologies (AEM) as they exit high school and enter postsecondary settings. Working backward from the first year in higher ed, this webinar will highlight evidence-based strategies for preparing students to articulate their need for AEM, self-advocate, and be independent users as they progress from Kindergarten through high school completion.

  • presentation

    2:15PM – 3:15PM ET on Wednesday, May 23, 2018

    This session continues the discussion around quality and explores ideas on how institutions can use self-assessment to help inform their goals for provisioning accessible course materials and technologies. Highlights of the session include an open dialog and feedback on resources in development as part of a collaboration between the IMS Accessibility Innovation Leadership Network and the CAST organization to help campuses reflect on their provisions practices and inform new accessibility strategies. Participants will also learn steps institutions are taking to ensure educational materials are accessible to all students.

  • webinar

    1:00PM – 2:00PM ET on Wednesday, May 9, 2018

    APH provides accessible textbooks in a variety of formats including braille, large print and digital textbooks. Join us in reviewing textbook options for students with vision loss. In addition, we’ll take a look into the range of educational aids and assistive technology products that APH offers. We’ll also introduce you to BrailleBlaster, a unique braille translation program that can be used by certified braille transcribers and casual braille users alike.

  • presentation

    9:00AM – 10:00AM ET on Thursday, May 3, 2018

    Colleges and universities are improving the educational opportunities of a growing population of students with disabilities by considering the accessibility of the learning materials and technologies used in their programs. The reality of lawsuits is one contributing factor, particularly for institutions that are implementing actions outlined in settlement agreements. So, what can be learned from settings where digital accessibility has become a priority rather than an afterthought? In this session, you’ll be introduced to the concept of an institution-wide approach to ensuring that all students are provided with course materials and technologies they can use for positive learning outcomes.

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