Accessible Instructional Materials (AIM) in the State of Utah
Utah's Mission Statement
What is NIMAS?
What is National Instructional Materials Access Center (NIMAC)?
What is Utah State Instructional Materials Access Center (USIMAC)?
What Makes a Student Eligible for NIMAS?
NIMAS and AIM in Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)
AIMing for Achievement: At Least Ten Things Everyone Needs to Know about NIMAS and Accessible Instructional Materials
AIMing for Achievement: NIMAS 101
A.I.M for Higher Ground
General information on NIMAS. Information on assistive technologies and where to find them.
Expectations for NIMAS: Module 1
NIMAS Implementation Strategies: Where Do You Begin?
American Foundation for the Blind
Partners in Bridging the Accessibility Gap
Explains the way USIMAC is bridging the accessibility gap in schools.
Reading the Fine Print! Understanding NIMAS
Used in statewide training for educators.
Reading the Fine Print Your Way! Understanding NIMAS
Addresses the use of NIMAS for students with traumatic brain injury.
Who Qualifies...Who Cares?
Michigan Integrated Technology Supports
Explanation of State and Local Education Agency (LEA) Participation in NIMAS
Instructional Accessible Assistive Technology (IAAT):
National Center on Accessible Instructional Materials (AIM):
Utah State Board of Education (USBE):
Utah State Office of Education (USOE):
Utah State University (USU):
250 East 500 South | PO Box 144200
Salt Lake City, UT | 84114-4200
Monday - Friday | 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
(801) 538 7500
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