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  • 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.

  • Learn how the terms "eligible person" and "accessible formats" are now used in relation to NIMAS as a result of the enactment of the Marrakesh Treaty Implementation Act and its changes to copyright law.

  • Aerial photograph of the U.S. capitol building

    Learn about the NIMAS and the NIMAC, two key provision of IDEA 2004, the special education law for elementary and secondary education in the U.S.

  • Illustration of a series of media representing varied ways of feeling, seeing and hearing content.

    Learn how to make your educational materials more perceivable by adding alternative text for images, captions for videos and more.

  • Webinar
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    3:00PM – 4:00PM ET on Monday, June 15, 2020

    Learn about the latest technologies for removing barriers at each stage of the writing process in order to empower every learner as an author.

  • Photo of a child with a hearing aid reading a book. Attribution: Shutterstock | GUNDAM_Ai

    Learn how to use the many options built into web browsers and e-readers to customize the presentation of information for a variety of learner needs and preferences.

  • National Center on Accessible Educational Materials logo, CAST mark

    Contact details and related information for State AEM coordinators for U.S. states, territories, and freely associated states.

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