Florida does not have a unique definition for accessible educational/instructional materials in state statute or in state rule. Rather, definitions on accessibility are provided through technical assistance papers (TAP), guidance papers, and resource materials. The Federal Definition of accessible instructional materials as noted in IDEA 2004 (20 U.S.C. [United States Code] 1474(e)(3)(C)) has been provided to all Florida LEAs through technical assistance papers (TAP), and resource materials on AIM. Updated information on accessible educational materials are currently under review. Section 1006.29, Florida Statutes (F.S.) defines instructional materials as “items having intellectual content that by design serve as a major tool for assisting in the instruction of a subject or course”; and further specifies that they are available in bound, unbound, kit or package form; include hardback or softback textbooks, electronic content, consumables, learning laboratories, manipulatives, electronic media and computer courseware or software; are for use in elementary and secondary school instruction; and are adopted by the Florida Department of Education or the school district for classroom use. A generic definition for accessible educational/instructional materials based on the Federal definition has been provided to all LEAs through past technical assistance papers (TAP). The specific types of adaptations to instructional materials should be based on the student’s IEP statement of how the student’s disability affects involvement and progress in the general education curriculum. Based on this IEP statement, the identification of appropriate accessible instructional materials may involve a review of the language and reading level, how the information is structured or organized, and how the information is presented (visual, auditory or tactile).