Three Free Webinars: Copyright Law, YouTube on Video Accessibility, and PDF Accessibility

How Copyright and Fair Use Impact Third Party Captioning for Educational Video April 2, 2015 at 1pm – 1:45pm CSTOne of the great challenges of using videos that you don’t own is that accessibility laws require most educational institutions (as well as government programs and other industries) to provide closed captions for video content. This […]

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Blackboard Learn+: Universal Design and Accessibility for Online Learning

Blackboard Learn+: Universal Design and Accessibility for Online Learning A stand-alone course for instructors and content developers that explores what accessibility and universal design mean and how they can be applied to online learning. Browse as a guest Self-Enroll in this course Login as an enrolled student This course is meant as a stepping off […]

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Future of Video Accessibility According to Google

Industry Insights 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, […]

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