Michigan's Integrated Technology Supports

UCP Assistive Tech Center
Sara Menzel, Director

Michigan's Assistive Technology Program

National Instructional Materials Access Center (NIMAC)
Contract with textbook publisher needs to include NIMAS file format (National Instructional Materials Accessibility Standard)
If we request it in that format, we would have access to that file to use with an unlimited number of students.
Student ready NIMAS file (Request from publisher when ordering textbooks)

Make going to publisher's the first step. This way you have permission from the publisher (written), include that you have a purchased copy of the book. Opens the usage up to more than just the small percentage of students that are eligible.

Learning Through Listening: Classroom Tools for Sound Advice

CAST: Center for Applied Special Technology (not MAC compatible)

Universal Access on a MAC (directly from

Using iPods in Education

AT in the UP Blog
Assistive Technology for Apple and Mac Users (ATMac)
Mr. Mundorf's Class

Textbooks and the Students Who Can't Read Them