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The CISL suite will make digital educational materials accessible, flexible, and engaging for all students. While there are many lesson materials available online, these rarely take into account the needs of students with disabilities. To address this need, our three-part suite of tools ensures that all students will have access to compelling online learning opportunities. Students will be able to personalize settings to fit their needs, and the global preferences database will remember their preferences and apply them whenever they log in.

Diagram of CISL tools including their interaction with resources and preferences

The CISL suite will include:

Preview our work-in-progress!

Explore a demo of our Read tool, a flexible, supported learning environment for students. Try out different preferences like text and background colors, text style, and an in-document glossary.

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Sketches of students using the CISL suite

UDL adaptivity: Our guiding vision

The suite of tools is designed to promote learner agency and transparency of process to support the development of expert learners. A student's default view of the reader is based on a discovery process. The system then has initial sense of which individual and contextually appropriate scaffolds to put at their fingertips. The discovery process is intentionally transparent, and a continual learning opportunity for students.