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  • Report

    AEM Center at CAST, 2020

    Learn about the knowledge development activities that informed the recent update to the Critical Components for Higher Education, including a literature and policy review, interviews and focus groups with subject matter experts.

  • Report

    AEM Center at CAST, 2020

    This synthesis summarizes the knowledge development activities that informed the development of the Critical Components for early childhood, including a literature review, insights gained from a partnership between CAST and the Santa Clara Office of Education, interviews/focus groups with national and state technical assistance providers and a crosswalk between the National AEM Center’s existing Quality Indicators and the Indicators of High-Quality Inclusion (ECTA and NCPMI).

  • Presentation
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    Monday, January 25 – Thursday, February 4, 2021

    Join us for a pre-recorded presentation where we take a deep dive into (1) distinguishing the meanings of "accessible" and (2) clarifying what "accessible" means in the context of access for students with disabilities.

  • Presentation
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    2:00PM – 2:45PM ET on Monday, August 3, 2020

    In addition to a clear definition of what is meant by "accessible" and how accessibility fits into the Universal Design for Learning framework, participants will explore new and updated AEM Center resources that will help them select, create and acquire more accessible materials and technologies for all learners who need them.

  • Presentation
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    2:00PM – 4:45PM ET on Friday, November 8, 2019

    Accessibility of an OER means that all students are afforded the same opportunity to learn from a material, regardless of the tools they use for access. Learner variability is the norm, not the exception, so consideration of the ways students interact with digital materials is essential for curating and authoring inclusive OER.

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    Learn about the supports learners and families need to effectively use the accessible formats provided to them, including delivery technologies, training, instructional strategies, support services and accommodations and/or modifications.

  • Guide

    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.

  • Vendors and developers of digital learning materials and technologies can benefit from accessibility guidance provided by education agencies and institutions.

  • National Center on Accessible Educational Materials logo, CAST mark

    Get started on your accessibility journey by selecting AEM Center resources based on your role.

  • National Center on Accessible Educational Materials logo, CAST mark

    Accessible versions of educational materials may mean the difference between learning barriers and learning opportunities. Learn how the use of accessible digital materials and technologies strengthens opportunities for all learners to experience independence, participation and progress.

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