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

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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.

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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.

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Federal Quota

Submit orders now for the 20/21 school year.

Annually, the AT&AEM Center conducts the federal Quota Registration of Blind Students in Ohio to identify eligible infants, students, and adults who qualify for free textbooks and other hands-on learning materials. Districts can make requests to the AT&AEM Center to access the free materials.

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Coding Items: The AT&AEM lending library offers several options to make coding activities inclusive for all learners including hands-on coding and physical coding blocks with Code-a-pillar, Dot&Dash robots, Kibo, OSMO, and Hands-On Coding. Additionally, visual coding languages and switch accessible coding options are available on the Coding Suite of our iPads.

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