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This recorded session from the Tegrity User Conference 2013 features accessibility specialists from Indiana University – Purdue University, Fort Wayne and McGraw-Hill Education. Presenters discuss their accessibility strategies, solutions implemented, costs and benefits derived, as well as best practices and tips to successfully implement accessible video and lecture capture.
Online accessibility is slowly moving forward. In the future, however, we can expect websites and videos to be designed with accessibility in mind—the same way that no building today is built without a handicapped entrance. Below is a brief summary of the legal obligations of universities to disabled students.
Of course, captioning video allows for deaf and hard-of-hearing students to understand video courses and keeps the university compliant with the law. But students use captions in a variety of ways.
Multimedia Technologist | Indiana University – Purdue University, Fort Wayne
Digital Product Analyst | McGraw-Hill Education
VP of Marketing | 3Play Media