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Resources for Access & Distance Education

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We have created this page to serve as your entry point for the many resources available on our website. The site also has a robust search feature you can use to locate resources about a specific topic not included on this page.

AEM Center Resources for Remote Learning

AEM Center Activities

We would love to hear about your successes in using technology to support learning at home. If you are comfortable, record a brief (less than a minute) video testimonial and post it to a social media platform of your choice and let us know about it by tagging us: @CAST_UDL  on Twitter, @CASTUDL on Facebook. 

AEM Café

Every first Thursday of the month from 1:00 – 2:00 pm PT / 4:00 – 5:00 pm ET, we’ll focus on a topic, share some little-known resources from the AEM Center, and the rest is up to you. Show up, chat, ask questions, or just listen to the conversation. The AEM Café is open and ready to welcome you.

Register once for the entire AEM Café monthly series

Have an idea for a topic? Let us know by filling out this quick form, or share it with us on Twitter using  #AEM4All and tagging @CAST_UDL.

Accessibility Practices for Teachers

The AEM Center hosts webinars focusing on tools and resources to support the transition to remote learning in response to COVID-19. You can watch the recordings and download the handouts and slide decks from the  AEM Events page, where you can also register for upcoming webinars as they are announced. 

For background information, including definitions of key terms, watch the AEM Center webinar Coming to Terms: The Meaning of "Accessible."

Personalizing the Reading Experience

Personlizing the Writing Experience

Making Math Notation Accessible

Creating Accessible Documents

Creating High Quality and Accessible Video

Accessible Open Educational Resources

Access to Materials for Qualifying Students

U.S. Department of Education Guidance

Your State's Human Network

Office of Special Education Programs Funded Centers

AEM Center Partners

Continuing Conversations