AIM Video Series
The AIM Video Series provides useful resources to build awareness and knowledge related to the issues surrounding accessible instructional materials. The clips are available to all stakeholders 24/7 and can be viewed at work or in the comfort of your own home. Furthermore, the videos add value when incorporated in workshops and other learning opportunities to build interest and engagement of the participants.
AIM Tips Videos: Ideas for Introducing and Using AIM
The four-part AIM Tips Videos series provides tips for supporting students in using accessible instructional materials (AIM) in the classroom and helping students and teachers to develop skills and proficiency in using technology with AIM. Other tips include encouraging students to be knowledgeable about their disability, to make their own choices, and to become self-advocates for the supports and services they may need in K–12 and post-scondary learning environments. Strategies and supports for using AIM at home are also discussed.
AIM Implementation Videos (On the AIM Center YouTube Channel)
This four-part series provides information about a txt-to-seech/acessible istructional materials pilot project that was implemented in eight school districts in Missouri. Educators and students discuss the overall project, implementation issues, the impact on learning, and how independence was built.
The AIM Center and the PACER Center developed a brief 3-minute video explaining accessible instructional materials (AIM) in easy-to-understand language. This fully-captioned video is designed to increase awareness of AIM.