Student communicating with female staff member through assistive technology
A male student communicating via sign language to a female staff member
Dog guiding a visually impaired student

Instructional Materials

•“Informational Materials” are items that are created, purchased or identified to serve in instruction and/or communicate information both in the curricular and non-curricular settings. These items may include, but not limited to, documents, textbooks, library media, software content, web/online content and learning objects, E-Books, videos, learning laboratories, recordings, and ITV content.

•"Technology" or “Information and Communication Technology” (ICT) includes information technology, equipment, or interconnected system or subsystem of equipment for which the principal function is the creation, conversion, duplication, automatic acquisition, storage, analysis, evaluation, manipulation, management, movement, control, display, switching, interchange, transmission, reception, or broadcast of data or information.  Examples of ICT includes, but is not limited to, internet and intranet websites, electronic content, electronic books and electronic book reading systems, search engines and databases, learning management systems, classroom technology and multimedia, telecommunications products, computers and ancillary equipment, software, information kiosks and transaction machines, videos, IT services, and multifunction office machines which copy, scan, fax documents and emerging technologies.