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  • Podcast
    The Accessible Learning Experience | CAST, Illustrations of a microphone, sound waves, digital text, and wifi

    National AEM Center at CAST, 2023

    Meet the authors of Inclusive Learning 365: Edtech Strategies for Every Day of the Year and listen in on their conversation about the importance of an inclusive mindset.

  • 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.

  • Presentation

    1:15PM – 2:05PM ET on Saturday, December 2, 2023

    This session explores four myths about literacy learning: 1) Some children with disabilities do not need to learn to read and write; 2) Using speech to communicate is a prerequisite to reading and writing; 3) Children cannot have an intellectual disability and a reading disability; and 4) Using assistive technology (AT) to read and write is cheating.

  • Podcast

    National AEM Center at CAST, 2024

    On this episode, Diana Garcia Mejia shares many practical tips and ideas for ensuring young learners with visual impairments get off to a strong start in their educational journey.

  • Illustrated laptop with a document on the screen

    Learn how to create accessible documents and slide decks with familiar tools such as Microsoft Word and Google Suite.

  • 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.

  • Article

    R. Jackson, 2021

    In ASR, both the rate of information pick up and the portion of attention paid to braille or print—in combination with speech—can be controlled by the user.With sufficient practice, both braille readers and magnified print readers can greatly increase the rate at which they move through text using ASR.

  • 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.

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