NIMAS Conversion The NIMAS is a technical standard used by publishers to produce source files that may be used to develop multiple specialized formats (such as Braille or audio books) for students with print disabilities.
Proven Technology Partners We leverage automation technology platform provided by Digital Media Initiatives. The proven markup processes and rapid automation processing always delivers quality within desired timeframe.
NIMAS Validation We ensure development of NIMAS filesets that not only validate to the proper specifications but also follow best practices.
MathML3 - Accessible Mathematical Content The availability of a viable and robust technical standard for the inclusion of mathematical content in K–12 instructional materials significantly facilitates the creation of valid XML files containing mathematical content, which in turn will allow these files to be transformed into student-ready versions—such as digital text and braille—that are far more accessible to print-disabled students than the current image-based math files included in NIMAS filesets.
NIMAC Submission NIMAS Master ensures upload to the NIMAC Repository and due follow-up for certification of the title.
NextGen Teaching-Learning Systems We are progressively working towards Next Generation Digital Integrated Learning Systems (NGDILS) with specific focus on accessible instructional materials. We are also investing in Open Educational Resources (OERs).