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  • The Critical Components for the Quality Indicators for the Provision of Accessible Educational Materials and Accessible Technologies for Early Childhood include actionable language specific to an Early Childhood audience.

  • In this Quick Start you will find answers to questions that frequently arise for State and Local Education Agencies (SEAs/LEAs) about the provision of services related to AEM as well as links to additional AEM Center resources.

  • The AEM Navigator is an interactive tool that facilitates the process of decision-making around specialized formats of print instructional materials for an individual student. The four major decision points in the process include 1) determination of need, 2) selection of format(s), 3) acquisition of format(s), and 4) selection of supports for use.

  • A free year-long professional development opportunity to help new educators (and other interested educational professionals) improve the accessibility of the materials their students use for learning.

  • How to Find Specialized Formats of Print Materials is the fourth module of a free year-long professional learning opportunity to help new educators (and other interested educational professionals) improve the accessibility of the materials their students use for learning. In this module, you’ll learn how to find specialized formats (audio, braille, large print and digital text) for print materials.

  • The Critical Components of Quality Indicators for the Provision of Accessible Educational Materials and Accessible Technologies in Workforce Development include actionable language specific to a workforce development audience.

  • The Critical Components for the Quality Indicators for the Provision of Accessible Educational Materials and Accessible Technologies for Higher Education include actionable language specific to a higher education audience.

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    Based on the four POUR principles for accessible design, these questions are meant to help consumers of educational materials evaluate accessibility prior to selection and procurement.

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    The resources will help educators address continuity of access while schools are closed due to COVID-19. Includes guidance from the U.S. Department of Education, tips for making videos and other educational materials more accessible and more.

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    Resources for those interested in learning more about laws, regulations and guidelines that pertain to the civil rights of individuals with disabilities within education and workforce development settings.

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