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Are Teaching and Learning Ducks in A Row? Not Without Accessibility! The AEM Center Can Help!

When curriculum, instruction and accessibility teams align, teaching and learning improve. Problem is that accessibility teams are few.

5 Easy Tips for Making Your Social Media Posts More Accessible: Mindy Johnson's Guest Blog

In this post by Mindy Johnson of CAST, she reveals five secrets that improve communications for users of social media.

Inclusive! "Rambles" Is A Free Geography Game With Map + Very Accessible Game Booklet

Teachers can level the playing field with a game booklet that offers choice as to the way players read the text.

Get Quick Smarts about Accessibility from The "CAST/AEM Figuration" Web Creation Tool

An open source Css/Javascript tool is not for teachers, per se, but it quickly sheds light on website accessibility.

Check Out's Collected Resources on Accessible Learning, Teaching, Accommodations

Information about learning, accommodations, teaching strategies and bullying prevention are now at hand.

U.S. Ed Department Debuts The #GoOpen "District Launch Packet" with A Nod to Accessibility

Guidance for schools is out on abandoning inflexible, static text in print for resources that are openly licensed.

Fluency Tutor by Texthelp™ Is Free This Summer, Plus 7 Enriching Websites: Some Level The Text!

A free tool and free online websites support struggling readers this summer. Could they become avid readers?

Wheeler Praises 6 "M-Enabling Summit 2016" Winners as Best in Communications Accessibility

Innovative achievements in communications come from public and private sectors including apps, video headsets, and synced audio descriptions.

Global Accessibility Awareness Day on May 19: A Great Time to See What Luis Perez Has Cooking!

Luis Perez is the creative "accessibility in education" expert who boosts literacy and productivity for learners with and without disabilities.

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