AIM - Accessible Instructional Materials
Accessible Instructional Materials
AIM State Cadre
Delaware Department of Education
- Accessible Instructional Materials (AIM) - Provides an overview of AIM and AEM, including their purpose and how to provide.
- AIM Delaware - Ensures students with print disabilities have access to AIM in Delaware public schools. Learning materials are provided to students, districts and charter schools at no charge. Individuals designated as Digital Rights Managers (DRMs) place orders with the AIM Center based on the student's IEP team. Materials are delivered to students so they can participate in regular classroom activities along with their classmates. Funded by DDOE.
- Copyright, Fair Use & Digital Rights Management- Resources for those interested in learning more about how copyright law impacts the use of print and digital media within education and workforce preparation settings.
- Legislation Relating to Accessible Instructional Materials - Resources for those seeking information about the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act (IDEA) of 2004, the Chafee Amendment and other instructional materials legislation.
- An Educator's Guide to Making Textbooks Accessible and Usable for Students with Learning Disabilities - Created by the Center for Applied Special Technology and LD OnLine (2007)
- Making Math Accessible through Shaping Educational Policy - Created by Steve Noble, Director of Accessibility Policy, Design Science, Inc
- AEM State Contacts and SEA Information
- Acquisition of AEM - Information and resources to help procure accessible formats for both print- and tech-based AEM materials.
- Quality Indicators for the Provision of Accessible Educational Materials and Technologies