National Center on Accessible Instructional Materials (AIM)
Accessible Textbooks in the K-12 Classroom (2010 Revision)
An Educator’s Guide to the Acquisition of Alternate Format Core Learning Materials for Pre-K–12 Students with Print Disabilities
Accessible Textbooks in the K-12 Classroom II
Selecting specialized formats
Fully compatible with assistive technologies. The versatile digital design makes them ideal for students with disabilities who may have an Individual Education Plan/Program (IEP) and/or 504 plans. Pearson’s HTMLbooks deliver the core content found in Pearson textbooks, which provides equal access to all students. They also are perfect for students who need additional support at home.
Center for Applied Special Technology (CAST)
Teaching and Training Resources
Interactive learning opportunities and resources for teaching a variety of AIM-related topics are provided in several formats, including webinars, online courses, videos, and print.
CAST Learning Tools
UDL Book Builder Enables educators to develop their own digital books to support reading instruction literacy learning.
UDL Curriculum Self-Check Helps educators build options and flexibility into each element of the curriculum in order to reach and engage all students.
UDL Editions Publicized by Google around the world, UDL Editions is a model for presenting classic texts from world literature in a flexible online interface with just-in-time, individualized supports for struggling and expert readers alike.
UDL Lesson Builder A set of principles for designing curriculum that provides all individuals with equal opportunities to learn. Created at CAST and housed by the National Center on Universal Design for Learning.
Science Writer A web-based writing tool that supports all students in the science report-writing process.
Strategy Tutor Publicized by Google around the world, Strategy Tutor supports students and teachers doing reading and research on the Internet