The Accessible Resource Centre – British Columbia (ARC-BC) is an online repository supported by the Ministry of Education to provide BC K-12 students with perceptual disabilities with BC curricular-based learning materials in digital alternate formats. Educators serving students with perceptual disabilities can search the ARC-BC repository for a print title that is in a digital alternate format that meets the access requirements of the student. Registration is free for BC educators.
ARC BC Resources
ARCBC team has created a Collection of eText and eBook Resources online sources for e-Text and eBooks that are available to all learners.
SETBC, ARCBC and SD71 Comox Valley Schools created a Module on how to use ARCBC resources
For support with ARCBC contact your ARCBC SD71 District Partner Jane Rondow Jane.Rondow@sd71.bc.ca, ARCBC email@example.com or talk to your school Learning Support Teacher or Teacher Librarian. Or Email Luisa Pereira and she can download the books you need and email them to staff or students with perceptual disabilities Luisa.Pereira@sd71.bc.ca
ARC-BC and iPad apps Infographic
ARC-BC Resources on the iPad using text-to-speech SD 71.pdf
Getting ARC-BC Files on to an iPad
Emailing ARCBC Files .pdf
AirDrop ARC BC Files via Email .pdf
iPad Apps used to read ARC-BC Adapted PDF files
ARC-BC on the Computer
MS Word Immersive Reader and .doc or .docx files
Immersive Reader with Word Online in Office 365 with ARC-BC files or eText.pdf
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