Making Literacy Accessible: A Make and Take Workshop


November 3, 2022; Providence, RI


All learners should have access to literacy but providing that access can sometimes pose challenges. Spend 3 hours with TechACCESS professionals learning a variety of ways to make books accessible through multi-sensory strategies, accessibility tools, QR codes, and low-tech options. 

Each participant can choose two books that they wish to adapt and will leave with two book kits ready to use and ideas for even more expansion activities. Participants will have the opportunity to learn how to use a Cricut, embosser, 6-dot label maker, and craft supplies to adapt books. 


Jennifer Martinous, OTR/L, ATP

Rebecca Jones, M.Ed

Learning Outcomes:

Identify ways to adapt a book to meet students’ visual, tactile, hearing, and motor needs.

Identify 5 tools or apps that can be used to adapt a book for greater accessibility.

Develop a plan to adapt a book of their own across content areas.


CEUs This activity is offered for up to 0.3 CEUs (3.0 hours of instruction). To register for CEUs:

Download, and complete the following forms.

Save the files names: 221103_TechACCESS_Lastname_Firstname

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Upon completion of the two forms and passing the quiz, a CEU certificate will be sent

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