Mireia Ribera1, Toni Granollers2, Marina Salse1, Bruno Splendiani1,  Jordi Coiduras2, Xavier Carrera2, , Miquel Centelles1...
   LIS Department – University of Barcelona    (Spain)   GRIHO Group – University of Lleida (Spain)                     ...
   Background   Issue   Proposal     Pilot study     The Guide to Accessible Video   Future work and Conclusions    ...
Increasing number of students that require  specific adaptation in higher education                                       ...
Increasing use of video format for teaching in              higher education                                              ...
   Digital video Accessibility: a general benefit    for everybody   Every educational institution must ensure    access...
   Teachers create videos without following:     accessibility guidelines     accessible models   Students cannot acce...
   When teachers     know guidelines to implement accessible      videos     have accessible models   Students can acc...
   To collect and apply a set of accessibility    criteria to video editing   To create and disseminate a collection of ...
Target audience   Professors in higher education   Broader audience                                     10
   “The accessibility chain of audiovisual    contents on the Web” (Moreno et al., 2007)   Three main principles:     “...
Pilot studyA video was planned,subtitled, audiodescribed andpublished using accessibletechnologiesThe GuideA set of 7 guid...
   The Pilot Study intends to:     Give support to dissemination of the      activities of the project     A video is u...
   A short video focused on raising awareness    of accessibility in multimedia   A PowerPoint presentation, to demonstr...
   The Guide to the creation of Accessible Video    intends to:     Give support to digital content editors     Give st...
   Popular tools and technologies (e.g. YouTube,    PowerPoint, Html…) during the development    and pilot study steps. ...
A set of guides on how to:1.   Plan and prepare accessible videos2.   Create accessible subtitles3.   Create an audio desc...
How to plan and prepare accessible videos                                            18
How to create accessible subtitlesCaption Tube, Universal Subtitles and VSync(YouTube)Subtitle Workshop (for Windows)     ...
How to create an audio description with          Capscribe (for Mac)                                          20
How to create an accessible player with   HTML5   JW Player   CCPlayer                                                21
How to convert a slide presentation to a video           with Camtasia Studio                                             ...
How to use automatic speech recognition for   creating the initial script of the video   Dragon Naturally Speaking   Aud...
How to create a SCORM package from               a video resource   SCORM and IEEE LOM standards   SCORM Editor: Reload...
   Translate the Guide to other languages   Amplify the results to other countries   Creation of video tutorials of the...
   Technology transfer is one of the main    purposes of the project   Accessibility is a need   Specialists have the d...
http://www.videoaccessible.udl.cat   Download Resources     Pilot video     Guides and     Pilot PowerPoint slides     ...
   MORENO, L.; MARTINEZ, P. AND RUIZ B. The    accessibility chain of video on the web. W3C Video on    the Web Workshop,...
Thank you for your attention       Any question?      Bruno Splendiani     splendiani@ub.edu                              ...
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  1. 1. Mireia Ribera1, Toni Granollers2, Marina Salse1, Bruno Splendiani1, Jordi Coiduras2, Xavier Carrera2, , Miquel Centelles1, Victor Gil1,Marta Oliva2, Montserrat Sendín2, Roberto García2, Josep Mª Ribó2, Rosa Mª Gil2, Afra Pascual2, Juan Manuel Gimeno2 (1)University of Barcelona - (2)University of Lleida, ULD Conference 2013 – 13/02/2013
  2. 2.  LIS Department – University of Barcelona (Spain) GRIHO Group – University of Lleida (Spain) 2
  3. 3.  Background Issue Proposal  Pilot study  The Guide to Accessible Video Future work and Conclusions 3
  4. 4. Increasing number of students that require specific adaptation in higher education 4
  5. 5. Increasing use of video format for teaching in higher education 5
  6. 6.  Digital video Accessibility: a general benefit for everybody Every educational institution must ensure access to the information for all students (Universal Design and Accessibility in teaching) Goal: Promote equal opportunities / full integration into university academic life 6
  7. 7.  Teachers create videos without following:  accessibility guidelines  accessible models Students cannot access the contents 7
  8. 8.  When teachers  know guidelines to implement accessible videos  have accessible models Students can access the contents 8
  9. 9.  To collect and apply a set of accessibility criteria to video editing To create and disseminate a collection of guides on how to design and edit accessible videos for teaching in higher education 9
  10. 10. Target audience Professors in higher education Broader audience 10
  11. 11.  “The accessibility chain of audiovisual contents on the Web” (Moreno et al., 2007) Three main principles:  “The video must be accessible itself”  “Once the web page includes the video, it must still be accessible”  “The interaction with the user must be accessible”. 11
  12. 12. Pilot studyA video was planned,subtitled, audiodescribed andpublished using accessibletechnologiesThe GuideA set of 7 guides for thecreation of Accessible Video 12
  13. 13.  The Pilot Study intends to:  Give support to dissemination of the activities of the project  A video is used as a pilot for all the tools in the project. 13
  14. 14.  A short video focused on raising awareness of accessibility in multimedia A PowerPoint presentation, to demonstrate its conversion to an animated audiovisual with integrated accessibility. An audio track with audio description of the video and subtitle files 14
  15. 15.  The Guide to the creation of Accessible Video intends to:  Give support to digital content editors  Give step by step information on how to create, edit and upload accessible videos 15
  16. 16.  Popular tools and technologies (e.g. YouTube, PowerPoint, Html…) during the development and pilot study steps. Tools selected according to the objective to address the proposal to a wide range of stakeholders, especially education professionals, technicians and teachers. 16
  17. 17. A set of guides on how to:1. Plan and prepare accessible videos2. Create accessible subtitles3. Create an audio description4. Create an accessible player5. Convert a slide presentation to a video6. Use automatic speech recognition for creating the initial script of a video7. to create a SCORM package from a video resource 17
  18. 18. How to plan and prepare accessible videos 18
  19. 19. How to create accessible subtitlesCaption Tube, Universal Subtitles and VSync(YouTube)Subtitle Workshop (for Windows) 19
  20. 20. How to create an audio description with Capscribe (for Mac) 20
  21. 21. How to create an accessible player with HTML5 JW Player CCPlayer 21
  22. 22. How to convert a slide presentation to a video with Camtasia Studio 22
  23. 23. How to use automatic speech recognition for creating the initial script of the video Dragon Naturally Speaking Audacity 23
  24. 24. How to create a SCORM package from a video resource SCORM and IEEE LOM standards SCORM Editor: Reload Platforms: Moodle, Sakai, etc. 24
  25. 25.  Translate the Guide to other languages Amplify the results to other countries Creation of video tutorials of the Guide Inclusion of User Centered Design approach 25
  26. 26.  Technology transfer is one of the main purposes of the project Accessibility is a need Specialists have the duty to make it easy 26
  27. 27. http://www.videoaccessible.udl.cat Download Resources  Pilot video  Guides and Pilot PowerPoint slides (available soon) 27
  28. 28.  MORENO, L.; MARTINEZ, P. AND RUIZ B. The accessibility chain of video on the web. W3C Video on the Web Workshop, San Jose, California and Brussels, Belgium, December, 2007. Available in URL: http://www.w3.org/2007/08/video/positions/Accessi bilityChainVideoWeb.pdf 28
  29. 29. Thank you for your attention Any question? Bruno Splendiani splendiani@ub.edu 29

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