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Webinar Watch: Knowledge at Noon is in Full Swing

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Knowledge at Noon is in full swing this October with webinars that help school staff support students who struggle to read traditional print.  Did you know? We now offer certificates for completing an online or in-person AIM-VA training event.

Register for a webinar today to learn more about universal design for learning (UDL), and how best to use AIM materials with students who have print disabilities.  Can’t join us at noon? Check out our AIM-VA YouTube channel to watch archived webinars and more from AIM-VA.

Upcoming webinars:

Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a scientific framework that reduces barriers and provides flexibility so that all students can reach the high expectations we set for them. For those using accessible instructional materials or that are interested in accessibility, UDL is the foundation in which we build the "Who, what, where, why, and how".  This webinar is one you won't want to miss!

Confused about how to consider students’ need for AIM?  Stressed about the responsibility of selecting AIM?  For those that find themselves in this position, join AIM-VA's implementation manager Cindy George, as we discuss the needs of eligible students when reading. Learn about the need for bookmarking, alternate text, text-to-speech, and other features. Participants will receive a comparison chart of features and how they relate to AIM-VA formats. 

We are 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..

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