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Interview at Holland Elementary School ICAM Dispatch

January 22, 2017

The National Center on Accessible Instructional Materials has posted an informative piece on audio-supported reading for students who are Blind or VI. If you are serving students in this population, and if you have seen the limitations placed on them because they use Braille or Large Print exclusively, you will gain a new perspective after reading this imporatant article. And if you serve those with other types of print disabilities, such as LD, you also will find this beneficial. Enjoy the article.

Source: icam.edublogs.org

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