Boost Engagement with NBC Learn Video

MATC’s Distance Learning department is proud to announce the availability of a new tool that faculty can use to provide students with engaging, accessible instructional video: NBC Learn. Available within Blackboard, NBC Learn is a collection of more than 21,000 videos, documents, and images that can be integrated with classroom lectures and online teaching materials. […]

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Upcoming Webinars: Video Captioning & YouTube for Higher Ed

  Upcoming Webinars: YouTube for Higher Ed, DIY Captioning Workflows, and HTML5 Over the next month and a half, we will be holding five webinars on video accessibility that will provide you with actionable tips for building accessible video into your institution. You can register using the links below to learn about leveraging Google apps […]

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Films on Demand

Embed Films on Demand Video in Your Course

Through MATC’s subscription to Films on Demand, instructors can have access to an up-to-date, cross-curricular library of over 6,000 high quality digital videos. Videos can be shown to students by sharing a URL Web address linking to a particular video or by embedding the video directly within a page in your online course. To get […]

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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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