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Resources from the KU Institute on Inclusion

Updated: Aug 16, 2021

I am posting an editable template here for the Reading Partner's Guide for folks who want to use it to make their own adapted books to be read with parters (peers, parents, paraeducators, etc.).


The recording of my conference session on how to make these books can be found here: https://mediahub.ku.edu/media/t/1_4ogp8yt2


Please feel free to reach out if you need a hand with your own adapted books. I know a lot of little formatting tricks I didn't have time to address in the presentation that can make the process a bit easier if you start and then get stuck. Enjoy!



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