Utah's Mission Statement
Accessible Instructional Materials (AIM) in the State of Utah
What is NIMAS?
What is NIMAC?
What is USIMAC?
NIMAS and IDEA
Explanation of State and Local Education Agency Participation in NIMAS
What Makes a Student Eligible?
AIM Consortium of Utah
AIM Consortium Membership
AIM Guide to Accessible Media Producers (AMPs) Summary Table
Quality Indicators for the Provision of Accessible Instructional Materials (AIM)
Critical Components of Quality Indicators for the Provision of AIM
The Purchase Accessible Learning Materials (PALM) Initiative
Module 1 NIMAS - Part A
Aiming for Achievement
NIMAS Reading the Fine Print
Podcast at USU
Additional State Education Agency Information
2012 Utah State Board of Education Technology Standards
What is the National Instructional Materials Accessibility Standard (NIMAS)?
NIMAS Workflow Graphic
Understanding the NIMAS and NIMAC Provisions of IDEA: Analysis of the Term Reading Disability Resulting from Organic Dysfunction and its Relationship to the IDEA Category of Specific Learning Disability
AIM and the Section 504 Plan
Aim for Higher Ground
General information on NIMAS, information on assistive technologies and where to find them
Partners in Bridging the Accessibility Gap
Explains the way the USIMAC is bridging the accessibility gap in schools
Dec. 15, 2009 "Let's Talk - NIMAS Information"
Used in statewide training for educators
NIMAS Implementation Strategies "Where Do You Begin"
American Foundation for the Blind, Mary Ann Siller, M.Ed. and Rick Bowes
2009 TBI Annual Conference "Reading the Fine Print Your Way! Understanding NIMAS"
Addresses the use of NIMAS for students with traumatic brain injury
"Who Qualifies... Who Cares?"
Michigan's Integrated Technology Supports, Ruth Ziolkowski, President, Don Johnston Incorporated
NIMAS 2011 Survey
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