2009 AT Institute - Accessible Instructional Materials



WMA, DAISY, BRF. Do you find digital media options bewildering? You aren't alone. Navigating the world of accessible instructional materials can be confusing. From file formats to players to digital conversion and play-back, how does one make sense of it all? This strand of the FCTD's online summer institute will explain and explore the world of accessible media, including the laws designed to get instructional materials into the hands of students with print disabilities. Participants will learn about digital formats, how to find and access digital books, and about software and hardware suitable for classroom, home, and therapeutic environments.
Family Center on Technology and Disability (FCTD)
1825 Connecticut Avenue, NW 7th Floor Washington, DC 20009-5721
phone: (202) 884-8068 fax: (202) 884-8441 email: fctd@fhi360.org
Copyright 2015
Level Triple-A conformance icon, 
  W3C-WAI Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0
FCTD has been honored to serve you since 1999. Now our work has been taken up and expanded by the Center on Technology and Disability www.ctdinstitute.org. Please visit us there where you can find all FCTD materials in the CTD Library, view a wide array of new resources on assistive and educational technology, and participate in expert-led forums and professional development events.

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