The ATPC is the first publicly funded, system-wide resource dedicated to serving the alternate media needs of the largest post-secondary educational system in the world. There are 112 community colleges in California and each of them has equal access to the media services provided by the ATPC. From existing print or electronic documents, the ATPC creates alternate media products for use by California Community College students with print-related disabilities. These products consist of:Electronic Text files Electronic Braille files Braille books and documents Tactile Graphics.
Section Six - 508, Alternate Media, Distance Education & Assistive Technologies
This section links to the High Tech Center Training Unit and The Alternate Media Production Center, as well as links to government sites that provide relevant information. Notice that subsections of resources are also provided to offer additional information on specified subject areas. Within each area are resource guides, checklists, handbooks, policies and links to websites.