PACER's Simon Technology Center
The PACER Center is a Minneapolis-based parent training and information center for families of children with disabilities. The Simon Technology Center is just one of PACER's programs and it provides a variety of services for children, their families and professionals. These include services such as technology consultations, a lending library, individualized training sessions, and inservices and workshops.
Bookshare is an accessible online library for individuals with qualifying print disabilities. If your student has a visual impairment, a physical disability, or a severe learning disability that significantly impacts their use of printed materials, they may qualify for membership. Qualifying members have access to over 400,000 titles (including textbooks) and these digital books can be read to students on computers, tablets and smartphones.
National Center on Accessible Educational Materials
The National Center on Accessible Educational Materials (AEM) provides resources and technical assistance to anyone interested in the implementation of Accessible Educational Materials. These are print and technology-based educational materials that are designed or converted in a way that makes them usable for the widest range of students possible.