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Procuring Accessible Digital Materials and Technologies for Teaching and Learning: The What, Why, Who, and How
C. Curry, et al., 2018
Learn what accessibility means, why it’s important, who requires it, and how educational agencies can meet their responsibilities.
What actions need to be taken so that learners who need accessible formats receive them in a timely manner? Whether a learner is in PreK-12, higher education, or career training, the process is multi-step.
1:00PM – 2:30PM ET on Friday, March 11, 2022
The National Center on Accessible Educational Materials and Bookshare will share what makes educational materials accessible and talk about resources to help teacher educators model and teach accessibility.
11:15AM – 12:15PM ET on Wednesday, June 15, 2022
Learn how to use the POUR principles of accessible design to vet educational materials for accessibility and ensure their use does not result in barriers to equitable participation in learning for all students.
What does it mean to say materials and technologies are accessible? Being clear on the answer to this question will prepare you to get the most from the remaining modules of our online learning series on accessible materials and technologies.
The 2019-2024 National AEM Center at CAST provides technical assistance, coaching, and resources to increase the availability and use of accessible educational materials and technologies for learners with disabilities across the lifespan.
Whether you are independently selecting a digital material or a member of a procurement committee, you are in a position to prioritize accessibility. Learn best practices for identifying accessibility features and what to look for in procurement policies and procedures.
AEM Center at CAST, 2022
This guide will help you develop knowledge and practical skills related to the Quality Indicators with Critical Components for Higher Education. It's also useful for preparing to work with a team on systems change at the state and/or local levels.
Find answers to your questions about listing the instructional materials, Checkpoint 5 of the process for selecting accessible formats.