The NFF: A National File Format for Accessible Instruction Materials
Journal of Special Education Technology Volume 18, Number 2, ISSN 0162-6434
This column explains the National File Format, a proposed voluntary standard for accessible digital instructional materials for students with disabilities. It considers the role of digital materials, difficulties with the present system of disseminating accessible materials, how a consistent file format for digital materials will help, and ways to make more students eligible for accessible and universally designed digital curriculum resources. (DB)
Stahl, S. (2003). The NFF: A National File Format for Accessible Instruction Materials. Journal of Special Education Technology, 18(2), 65-67.
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