Accessibility is the Key to Unlocking Potential
At the Assistive Technology & Accessible Educational Materials (AT&AEM) Center, we are committed to ensuring access for all people with disabilities. The center promotes accessibility and personalization, creates and disseminates accessible materials and offers specialized training and technical assistance
AEM Online Request Portal and Yearly Federal Quota Registration
Welcome to our one-stop shop for registering eligible legally blind students for Federal Quota funds and requesting accessible materials for any student with a print disability.
APH | LEGO Braille Bricks
Explore information to learn about, obtain, and use LEGO Braille Bricks from the LEGO Foundation.
Assistive Technology Internet Modules (ATIM)
Learn about assistive technology through online learning modules on a broad range of topics for educators, professionals, families, persons with disabilities, and others.
SIFTS is a quick and easy web-based survey tool developed primarily to support decision-making teams who need assistance in matching a person’s needs and strengths to AT features.
Open Educational Resources (OER)
Learn how to obtain and create accessible Open Educational Resources.
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ATIM Graduate Credit
Earn graduate credit - ATIM makes it easy. ATIM graduate credit courses are self-paced take place entirely online. No face-to-face meetings are required.Browse Our Expansive Course Catalog
Braille Training Grant
The BEST Grant is a statewide project of professional development and technical assistance dedicated to braille literacy, braille instruction, braille materials, and braille technology in Ohio schools.Learn More About The BEST Grant
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Universal Switch Mounting System with Triangle and Rectangle Plates: The Ablenet Universal Switch Mounting system positions the switch at any angle with the action of one lever. This strong, reliable switch mounting system is designed for fast, easy and secure placement of any switch. The arm extends to 20½-inches and clamps onto most flat or tubular surfaces, such as tabletops and wheelchairs. When the side lever of the adjustable arm is released, the central lock and both ball and socket joints can be moved into any position. Then, tighten the lever and all three joints become stationary.Browse All Lending Library Resources