Future of Video Accessibility According to Google

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Future of Video Accessibility According to Google

One of Google’s top objectives is to make information universally accessible. YouTube has embraced this directive by making video accessibility a priority from the top down. In this recorded session, Google provides insights into the future of accessible video, why universal accessibility is important to Google, and how captions and subtitles enhance content discoverability (Google even reveals test results showing the SEO benefits of captions).

Future of Video Accessibility According to Google

Watch this recording to learn:

  • How Google is building accessibility into YouTube
  • Google’s test results showing the SEO benefits of captions
  • Future of YouTube’s automatic captions
  • Why YouTube creators should caption their videos
  • How to take advantage of YouTube’s international growth through translation and subtitles
  • How Google is addressing the challenges of accessible mobile video
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About Kameal Love

Over the past 15 years, I have successfully served as an adult educator, e-learning specialist, and instructional designer; developing, training, and servicing nonprofit organizations, for-profit corporations and institutions of higher learning. I am an accomplished educator with demonstrated ability to teach, motivate, and direct others while maintaining high interest and achievement. I have a unique combination of expertise in computer application, instructional design, e-learning [educational] technology, teaching, and learning management systems (LMS/LCMS).

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