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  • Learn how to improve the accessibility of your documents, including presentation slides, for users with disabilities. This module shows you how to add text descriptions for images, provide flexible navigation options, check for color contrast, and more.

  • Graphic of laptop showing an open book on screen, with laptop surrounded by open books. Credit: Shuttertock, Belozersky

    Learn about the benefits of EPUB and how to create your own accessible publications using this flexible format.

  • Find answers to your questions about the learning context in which accessible formats will be used, Checkpoint 1 of the process for selecting accessible formats.

  • Explore a sample Accessibility Conformance Report (the completed version of a Voluntary Product Accessibility Template), with tips on how to interpret and use the information provided in each section.

  • Webinar
    Screenshot of the About the AEM Center webpage

    2:00PM – 3:00PM ET on Tuesday, May 18, 2021

    Let the AEM Center's technical assistance team introduce you to our new website.

  • National Center on Accessible Educational Materials logo, CAST mark

    The AEM Center at CAST offers free technical assistance webinars and presentations at national convenings and conferences, with the goal of increasing the availability and use of accessible educational materials and technologies for learners with disabilities across the lifespan.

  • Illustration of a series of media representing various ways of interacting with the same content on a range of tools.

    Learn how to make your content operable by including descriptive headings, creating descriptive links and more.

  • Learn about the responsibilities of state education and local education agencies (SEAs and LEAs) related to the provision of accessible formats from NIMAS files.

  • A person with headphones on watching a video on a tablet

    Enhance and enrich your teaching with strategies for using accessible videos to support learning.

  • Captioned videos not only improve accessibility for people with disabilities, they have far ranging learning and literacy benefits. Learn how to locate high-quality, accessible videos to support learning, and how to create your own.

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