Technology and innovation have made it possible to bridge the gap between learning and various types of disabilities. As education goes online, students can easily access information, courtesy of assistive technology that helps in designing accessible courses for students. National Instructional Materials Accessibility Standard (NIMAS) is a file format for the development of learning content for students with visual and print disabilities.
One of our clients, a leading education publisher, wanted to provide content in electronic format for physically challenged students. We helped them convert their books to NIMAS format for pre-K through postgraduate students.
Highlights of the Case Study:
- Converted 30,000 pages of educational content to NIMAS format
- Created Alt text for the images used in the books
- Delivered the project with 99% first time right
- Published the NIMAS files for each title on the NIMAC server
Download the case study to know more about how we made the educational content accessible for all students.