For more information about the NIMAC, please visit: https://www.bookshare.org/cms/get-started/find-books/access-nimac-books
U.S. K-12 students with print disabilities (as defined by the Chafee Amendment ) and an active IEP (individual education plan) issued by a public education agency can receive downloaded NIMAC books from their organizational sponsors.
Qualifying students who are attending private institutions or are being home-schooled can potentially work with local public schools to create an IEP that will help establish NIMAC access. These students will also need to have a sponsor with an organizational membership, who will manage downloading of NIMAC titles.
Students with a 504 plan, but no IEP, are not eligible for NIMAC access, per the IDEA legislation.