Learn more about alternate-format materials to support access and enable participation in the general curriculum by students with print disabilities. Find out about accessible media that can be used to support diverse learners in the classroom, categorized by format.
Learn about accessible images—what they are, how to create them, and how to use them. Information and resources on various aspects and features of accessible images are provided for a variety of types of images, such as photographs, illustrations, graphics, icons, etc.
What is accessible text? How is it made and used? What features make text-based learning materials accessible to students with print impairments? Choose from resources provided for parents, educators, administrators, and related service personnel.
Learn about the use of audio as an alternate format in both stand-alone and multimedia materials. Find out about the different ways to create audio versions of instructional materials, imbed it within other formats, produce it as a single product, and how to use audio-format materials with many different software and hardware products.
What is accessible video? Find out more about how and when video itself can be an accessible format in and of itself and about additional features and presentation aspects that can improve or add additional accessibility to video materials.