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AEM Center Resources

The AEM Center at CAST offers free resources—including videos, policy briefs, articles, podcasts, and quick reads—to support our goal of increasing the availability and use of accessible educational materials and technologies for learners with disabilities across the lifespan.

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The Accessible Learning Experience

Explore the world of accessibility and UDL in this monthly podcast.

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AEM Center Webinars

Our free webinars bring the AEM Center's world class technical assistance right to your device.

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AEM Center Videos

Experience accessible educational materials in action in our growing collection of videos to explore and share with colleagues.

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Featured AEM Center Resources

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Build Your Accessibility Skills

Visit our self-paced five-module online learning series to learn how to select, create, and acquire accessible materials and technologies for everyone who needs them.

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Guide

AEM in the IEP

Learn about the places in the IEP where it might be appropriate to refer to a students' use of AEM.

D. Carl, et al.
2021

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Article

Building on a Firm Foundation: Supporting Students with More Intensive Support Needs in UDL Environments

Universal Design for Learning is the firm foundation for the education all students. Some students with more intensive support needs also require individualized services.

J. Zabala
2016

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Article

Accessible Online Learning for Students with Disabilities

As online learning opportunities continue to spread—31 states now offer full-time virtual schooling, serving 275,000 students—educators need to make choices about how best to reach and teach all of their students. As in traditional ...

A.I. Hashey & S. Stahl
2014

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