Many students with disabilities encounter barriers when using text-based materials. Some students have visual disabilities that make it difficult to see the text and images. Other students are unable to read or derive meaning from text alone because of a learning disability. Still others are unable to hold materials because of a physical disability. These students, and others with related disabilities, need accessible formats. What actions need to be taken so that learners who need accessible formats receive them in a timely manner? Join us for an updated overview of the team decision-making process. Prior to the webinar, consider visiting Decision-Making & Accessible Formats on the AEM Center’s new website!
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