Browsing tag: holiday resources

Earth Day Network 2015 Releases Free, First-Ever Accessible i-Textbook on Climate Change

When print is a barrier to learning, turn to alternative formats that create access, empower literacy, and get students involved.

Films with Captions/Descriptions Based on Books Celebrate Girls, Women's History Month in March

DCMP offers accessible media items that show positive role models and the importance of women from all backgrounds.

14+ Accessible Holiday Book, Film Favorites Are Full of Fun For All to Enjoy

Get to know offerings from these providers who help to define what "accessibility" means.

Children's Book Week = Free Bookmark, Streamed Video Awards, Wisdom From Book Authors

AIM-VA partners have accessible books right now by "kid lit luminaries" who present 2014 children's choice awards on May 14 for best books.

Top Books, Various Media, Plus An App Unveiled for Teen Literature Day on April 17

Celebrate Teen Literature Day on April 17 with ALA's top picks and an app that leads young adults to reading.

Environmental Education Week, Earth Day Resources Bring Science to Life

April showers educators with free STEM interactive resources that may supplement or succeed when static print books fail.

Try the Read*Write*Think App, Website and Create an E-Poetry Palooza

These resources help teachers become content experts and lead students to e-text tools in order to create rhymes and other poetry forms.

Accessible Resources Help Students to Wax Poetic During National Poetry Month

April is a good time to check out new resources and to visit familiar favorites for poetry study in traditional and electronic formats.

This Poetry Competition Has Accessibility in Mind

April is National Poetry Month and sponsors of this annual competition seriously consider inclusiveness and accessibility.

Women with Disabilities Are Celebrated During Women's History Month

Accomplished professionals are remembered during Women's History Month. Here are free resources remembering women with disabilities.

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