Accessible Instructional Materials (AIM) help to remove barriers for students with varying types of disabilities who are accessing printed information. AIM may include books in braille form or large print, as well as electronic text that can be accessed in a variety of ways, including text converted to speech. Read here to see what the difference is between audiobooks and text to speech. AIM also includes material that is in an audio form without any text component, like an e-book. Contact your child's special education team if you think your child may benefit from accessible materials. This manual published by the Pacer Center is a useful guide for parents and advocates. Also, watch the video below for an even better explanation of what AIM is, who may benefit from it, and how it may be implemented. 

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Center for Inclusive Design and Engineering (CIDE)

CU Denver

The Hub, Bioengineering

1224 5th Street

Suite 130

Denver, CO 80204


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