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  • The Office for Civil Rights of the U.S. Department of Education (ED) and the Civil Rights Division of the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) recently released three documents that provide important information regarding the communication needs of students with hearing, vision, or speech disabilities.

  • webinar

    3:00PM – 4:00PM ET on Tuesday, March 27, 2018

    This presentation is part of a webinar series co-hosted by the AEM Center and the NIMAC. You’ll be walked through the ins and outs of Bookshare, with particular attention to what you need to know as an AEM State Contact and/or NIMAC State Coordinator. Bookshare is an ebook library for people who read differently and a key source of AEM, and it’s free for all qualified U.S. students and schools thanks to funding from OSEP. Learn how Bookshare can save your districts time and money and how you can partner effectively and efficiently with Benetech, the parent company of Bookshare. Come with your questions for Bookshare and your colleagues.

  • Map of the United States, including Hawaii and Alaska

    Contact details and related information for AEM/NIMAS/NIMAC Coordinators for U.S. states, territories, and freely associated states as well as selected SEA information.

  • Photo of Juna Gjata and Terry Maggiore

    In AIM: It Takes a Team, the second of our three-part series, Juna Gjata, a remarkable young woman, is not able to read standard print materials due to a visual impairment and needs AIM to access the curriculum. Hear how a collaborative team of educators, parents, and students worked along with Juna to create a school culture where she could thrive.

  • article

    J. Karger, 2004

    All students with disabilities who need accessible instructional materials (AIM) have a right to receive these materials in a timely manner. This article introduces what accessible instructional materials are and why they are important. …

  • Photo of Bailey

    Meet Bailey, a high school student who uses AEM to support his challenges in reading and written expression.

  • Connect with helpful resources on early learning and accessible educational materials.

  • Do you have someone in your family who needs extra help using textbooks, online learning programs, or other educational materials or technologies? We can help you get started learning more about accessible educational materials (AEM) and accessible technologies to ensure every learner has access to learning.

  • PALM logo

    The PALM Initiative was launched to ensure availability of flexible accessible learning materials in the marketplace.

  • A description of the purpose, leadership and services provided by the National Center on Educational Materials.

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