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  • 1 in 10 children now affected ADHD. 1 in 38 some form of Autism. Nontraditional students. (Affects of aging.) Life experiences are unique. Sensory impairments, visual, auditory impairments.
  • Talk about multiple intelligences
  • Nikki’s “This isn’t Burger King.” story about online gradebook when teaching K12.
  • Voice over powerpoint—the mullet of online ed. Online is not the classroom.
  • My intro into considering objectives and picking your tool to suit them.
  • Voice over powerpoint—the mullet of online ed.
  • Higher ed-contradiction. Training around an experience.
  • Storyboard, Pen & Paper Scanned as PDF
  • Storyboard, Google Doc
  • Show Bill to Law Video as Example
  • Talk about where we are nowInclude SNL parody
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  • Mike: We don’t necessary need the Dr. Horrible everyone’s a hero reference. I just can’t get the reference out of my head. Feel free to delete if you want.
  • Accessibility is for Everyone

    1. 1. Accessibility is for Everyone Mike Brooks Nikki Massaro Kauffman
    2. 2. Addressing Learning Styles• Visual• Auditory• Kinesthetic
    3. 3. Addressing User Lifestyles• Podcasts for commuting, meal prep, etc.• Reading for speed.• RSS Download v. Streaming• Video length based on expectations.
    4. 4. Considering Your Objectives• What is the objective or outcome? What do you want users to do?• Are you providing this format because it adds to something?• Are visuals needed?• Can interactions aid in the understanding of the content?
    5. 5. Planning the Content• Outlines and scripts• Storyboarding• Use Cases• Diagramming workflows• Considering permissions
    6. 6. Transcribing Upfront• Getting better production results.• Providing more choices: written transcript, MP3 and the video format.• Takes less time in the long run; saves money.
    7. 7. Benefiting from Captions• Ambient noise, lack of speakers and/or headphones• Heavy accents, muddled speakers• Cochlear implants• Learning to read/learning a language
    8. 8. Creating a STEM Diagram• Helps text based learners better understand a diagram.• Helps to focus the purpose of overly complex diagrams.
    9. 9. Complex STEM Example
    10. 10. Example Description
    11. 11. Presentation of Content• Captions and Transcriptions – Caption Placement – Clickable Transcripts• New Templates Designs – Expandable Content Area – Dynamic Font Size
    12. 12. Accessibility is for...• visual impairments • attention spans• hearing impairments • portability• motor difficulties • language learning• learning styles • improved production
    13. 13. Accessibility is for...everyone!
    14. 14. Contact Us Nikki Massaro Mike Brooks KauffmanEmail: Twitter: nikkimk
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