The Library of Congress has updated its regulations regarding loans of library materials for blind and other print-disabled persons to amend terminology, the description of services, and certification...
Maria Laura Daurte, General Director of Hippy Paraguay, and Dr. Zachary Walker, a professor at University College London Institute of Education, discuss a project that is going on in Paraguay and the importance of technology for students with disabilities.
When it comes to educational technology, it's important to make sure that the standards and content come first. Here are some of my favorite educational technology tools to create an accessible learning environment for all students.
CEC's technology division, ISET, expands on our recommendations for reopening schools with a specific focus on digital tools and technology innovations critical to ensuring an effective education for students with exceptionalities.
To ensure eligible students with print disabilities have access to textbooks and other educational materials, the U.S. Department of Education (ED) has issued a new interpretation of the phrase “printed textbooks and related core materials” referred to in the definition of “print instructional materials” in section 674(e)(3)(C) of IDEA to include digital instructional materials.