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  • Report

    AIM Postsecondary Commission, 2011

    This report is based on the shared experiences and perspectives of the 19 stakeholder representatives who make up the AIM Postsecondary Commission. These Commissioners speak with one voice in stating that barriers that would deny students with disabilities their rights to full and complete access to their educational experience are unacceptable in a society that values achievement through education.

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    Get practical tips and resources for developing accessible content that is Perceivable, Operable, Understandable and Robust (POUR).

  • Presentation
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    2:20PM – 3:20PM ET on Thursday, January 30, 2020

    Get to know the AEM Pilot, a free, web-based teaching, self-assessment and progress monitoring tool for school districts. In this session, you and your fellow passengers will be guided through the tool, and coaching on how the AEM Pilot can be used in your own settings will also be included.

  • Webinar
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    3:00PM – 4:00PM ET on Thursday, May 9, 2019

    The Quality Indicators for the Provision of Accessible Educational Materials (AEM) can be used by faculty, IT, instructional designers, administrators, and others at higher ed institutions to self-assess and map improvements of course material accessibility. Join a discussion with a panel of higher ed professionals who have experience with many of the Critical Components of the Quality Indicators. To get the most out of the webinar, we recommend previewing the Quality Indicators (http://aem.cast.org/policies/quality-indicators-provision-aem.html) and the Higher Education Critical Components (http://aem.cast.org/policies/higher-education-critical-components.html).

  • Presentation
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    3:10PM – 4:00PM ET on Wednesday, October 21, 2020

    Join us to learn tips and tricks from our experts including gaining a better understanding of how to increase accessibility for all participants and users, including those with disabilities.

  • Get to know the definition of accessible formats in copyright law that helps guide the decision-making process for providing usable formats to learners who need them.

  • Illustration of how content can work well across multiple technologies with varied input devices

    Learn how to create educational materials that are robust and work on both today’s and tomorrow’s educational and assistive technologies.

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    Based on the four POUR principles for accessible design, these questions are meant to help you evaluate the accessibility of digital educational materials prior to selection and procurement.

  • On May 26, 2020 the U.S. Department of Education issues a Notice of Interpretation (NOI)  permitting the National Instructional Materials Access Center (NIMAC) to accept files derived from digital instructional materials.

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    The four-year partnership between the Center and the seven National AEM Cohort states will be leveraged for exchanging resources, sharing findings, and solving common problems across state teams. 

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