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Knowledge at Noon: AIM-VA Webinar Series Starts Sept.7! Make Learning Materials More Accessible

It's back! AIM-VA's Knowledge at Noon webinar series.

In just an hour, find out how to strengthen accessibile strategies, supports and materials across learning environments from the classroom to makerspaces.

Sign up for today's webinar

Hear about free books for eligible struggling readers in alternative formats. There is also something new! Teachers with AIM-VA accounts can convert worksheets and curriculum materials and make them more accessible. 

Title: "Welcome Back Webinar: See What's New at AIM-VA!"
Date:9/7/2016      Time:12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.
You asked and we listened! While school was out, we have been hard at work providing you with the updates you said you needed:  
  • A new "Curriculum Based Materials" service! Teachers can convert worksheets and course materials  into accessible formats for AIM-VA students
  • An embellished Reading Book Library with new search features and added books for supplemental reading 
  • A revamped student recertification process to reduce a teacher's workload! 
Join us to see what's new, what's changed, and what's coming this school year from AIM-VA!


Accessible educational materials (AEM) help to create access to the curriculum for students with dyslexia, learning disabilities, vision or physical challenges, and others. A federally funded AEM program in every state assures that books in alternative formats are provided free of charge to eligible students with disabilities whose education teams take action. The AEM program operates under a legal exception to federal copyright law. Check out the AIM-VA home page to learn more about eligibility in Virginia. In other states, contact a special education teacher, a school administrator or download a list of AEM state contacts.External Link to AEM state contacts (New Window).

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