Interactive learning opportunities and resources for teaching a variety of AIM-related topics are provided in several formats, including webinars, online courses, videos, and print.
Learn about and register for upcoming webinars presented by the AIM Center, and visit selected archives of previously presented webinars.
Find information on presentations by AIM Center staff and colleagues at venues around the country.
These interactive tools can be used by teams to help with decisions about accessible instructional materials, including 1) identification of student need, 2) selection of specialized formats, 3) acquisition of specialized formats, and 4) determination supports for use of AIM (technology, strategies, etc.) for participation and achievement.
The AIM Navigator is a robust online application that facilitates the process of decision-making about accessible instructional materials for an individual student by IEP or other decision-making teams.
The AIM Explorer is a free downloadable simulation tool that enables teams to explore various settings of features found in text readers and supported reading software.
These resources focus on the production and use of AIM in a variety of formats and include information on content development, creating NIMAS files, conversion services, digital talking books and other output formats, and hardware and software for AIM.
The NIMAS Technical Specification includes information about its publication in the Federal Register and its status as a regulation, the Baseline Element Set, the Optional Element Set, and a Modular Extensions section.
The NIMAS Conversion Tool converts NIMAS-conformant XML filesets into leveled XML files and/or into leveled HTML files that can be opened and viewed in a browser. Code for the NIMAS Conversion Tool is also open source.
Learn about planning considerations, products, and solutions for access to the general curriculum, categorized by content area.