AIM Resources2020-08-17T12:27:52-04:00

AIM Resources

View the AIM Center tutorial video. We review the website and the book ordering process used by DRMs.

The Delaware AIM Center is here for you…

Because typical instruction is heavily dependent on textbooks and other print materials, students who cannot efficiently and effectively use such materials are at a striking disadvantage. IDEA 2004 mandates that [...]

Resources for Teachers

As more students with print disabilities become eligible for accessible instructional materials (AIM), more teachers and school personnel are looking for good resources to learn how AIM can provide for [...]

Student Access to AIM

Group A Access: Group A access is granted to students who meet at least one of the following criteria: Blindness, defined as visual acuity (determined by a competent authority) of [...]

IEP “Special Factors” Question

The item below is included in the version of Delaware’s IEP document. The questions that follow it offer guidance to the IEP team regarding: 1) consideration of student needs; 2) [...]

An Introduction to Accessible Instructional Materials

Students cannot learn if they cannot access the curriculum. Because current educational approaches are heavily dependent on textbooks and other print materials, students who cannot efficiently and effectively use such [...]

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