Not all Digital Textbooks are Created Equal

One of the UDL Guideline principles is to provide educational content in multiple and flexible formats to help ensure that every learner has basic access to the information they’re expected to learn. Traditional print-based curricular materials aren’t able to provide such flexibility due to the nature of the print format, which means individuals with learning, print, and physical disabilities, English language learners, and others who may struggle to use print must attempt to locate alternate formats.
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AIR Informs Episode #6: Meeting the Needs of Students with Disabilities During COVID-19

Remote learning requires adjustment for all students, but students with disabilities face additional challenges during the COVID-19 quarantine. In the latest episode of AIR Informs, Allison Gandhi, managing researcher and director of AIR’s special education practice area, describes some of these obstacles and shares strategies to help students make the most of this time.