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Educational materials, one of the four components of a UDL curriculum, must be accessible to students with disabilities if every learner is expected to make progress in the general curriculum. Successful provision of accessible educational materials (AEM) requires comprehensive and collaborative processes for purchasing, selecting, and creating commercial, open, and educator created materials for learning. Key factors can guide educators in setting up such a system, including compliance, timely delivery, written guidelines, professional learning opportunities, data collection, data use, and allocation of resources. This resource explores the Quality Indicators for the Provision of AEM, including a tool that curriculum and procurement teams can use for continuous self-assessment and progress monitoring.

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Authors/Creators: 
Cynthia Curry, Luis Pérez

Organization/Publishers: 
UDL-IRN

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Teaching Resource
Implementation

UDL Guidelines:

Expression & Communication

Problem Area:

Lessons & Lesson Design

Accessibility:

WCAG v2.0 A

Research & Academic:

Implications for Teaching & Practice

Teaching Practices:

Flexible Materials

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March 24, 2019
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