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  • webinar: Quick Start to Captioning

    Quick Start to Captioning

    Aired on December 8, 2016Duration 33 mins

    Watch this webinar to learn the basics of how to add closed captions to online video to make it fully accessible, searchable, and SEO-friendly. This webinar covers Section 508 and ADA accessibility compliance, creation of closed captions, explanation of caption formats and video player compatibility, as well as an overview of automated workflows and integration with lecture capture and video platforms.
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  • webinar: Australian Research Study: How Useful Are Closed Captions for Learning?

    Australian Research Study: How Useful Are Closed Captions for Learning?

    Aired on December 7, 2016Duration 30 mins

    Adding to the rapid-growing number of studies surrounding closed captioning in higher education, an Australian academic study on how closed captions impact student learning in mathematics has been released. Dr. Chris Tisdell, the study’s co-author, will present on the study and main takeaways from the insights as they apply to closed captioning use in higher education everywhere.
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  • webinar: National Research Results: How Different Student Subgroups Use Closed Captioning

    National Research Results: How Different Student Subgroups Use Closed Captioning

    Aired on November 30, 2016Duration 46 mins

    In this third installment of our joint webinar series, Dr. Katie Linder, the head researcher on the Oregon State University Ecampus nationwide closed captioning study, will take a closer look at how different student subgroups use and perceive captioning and transcription at their institutions (beyond the need for accommodation).
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  • webinar: Copyright Made Simple for Digital Educators

    Copyright Made Simple for Digital Educators

    Aired on November 3, 2016Duration 50 mins

    In this webinar, author, professor, and self-styled “copyright nerd” Tom Tobin simplifies the concept of copyright as it applies to electronic resources for higher education so that anyone can create, use, and credit materials in a fair and consistent way. Professors, instructional designers, librarians, social scientists, educational administrators, and adult-learning leaders will all leave this workshop with specific, actionable, simple rules of thumb for staying on the right side of U.S. and Canadian copyright law.
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  • webinar: An Architect of the ADA on Its Application to Modern Technology

    An Architect of the ADA on Its Application to Modern Technology

    Aired on October 20, 2016Duration 58 mins

    In this webinar, one of the architects of the ADA, Bobby Silverstein, discusses his perspective on the development of the ADA, as well as on its application to modern technology, the Internet, and accessible workplace technology.
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  • webinar: National Research Results: How Colleges Nationwide Are Handling Captioning

    National Research Results: How Colleges Nationwide Are Handling Captioning

    Aired on October 12, 2016Duration 54 mins

    Earlier this year, the Oregon State University Ecampus Research Unit conducted two nationwide research projects on closed captioning in higher education. In this webinar, Dr. Katie Linder, the head researcher on the project, will present for the first time on the findings of the institutional survey. Katie will take a close look at the results from over 50 colleges and universities nationwide, focusing on the challenges of and solutions for captioning.
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  • webinar: 2016 Legal Update on Digital Accessibility Cases

    2016 Legal Update on Digital Accessibility Cases

    Aired on September 29, 2016Duration 62 mins

    This webinar will be presented by Lainey Feingold, a nationally recognized disability rights lawyer and pioneer of Structured Negotiation known for negotiating landmark accessibility agreements. In the Fall of 2016 the American Bar Association is publishing Lainey’s book, Structured Negotiation: A Winning Alternative to Lawsuits. Her presentation will analyze key cases, government agency activity, settlements, and other developments in digital accessibility through September 2016.
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  • webinar: Captioning the 3Play Way

    Captioning the 3Play Way

    Aired on September 20, 2016Duration 35 mins

    Join us to learn more about 3Play Media’s closed captioning process, services, tools, and standards. In this webinar, Chief Revenue Officer and co-founder Josh Miller will address how 3Play Media can help make your videos fully accessible, searchable, and more engaging for all viewers.
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  • webinar: National Research Results: How & Why Do Students Use Closed Captioning?

    National Research Results: How & Why Do Students Use Closed Captioning?

    Aired on September 15, 2016Duration 53 mins

    In this webinar, Dr. Katie Linder, the head researcher on the project, will present for the first time on the findings of a national study of over 2,800 students. She will take a close look at how students use and perceive captioning and transcription at their institutions (beyond the need for accommodation).
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  • webinar: Quick Start to Captioning

    Quick Start to Captioning

    Aired on September 8, 2016Duration 30 mins

    Watch this webinar to learn the basics of how to add closed captions to online video to make it fully accessible, searchable, and SEO-friendly. This webinar covers Section 508 and ADA accessibility compliance, creation of closed captions, explanation of caption formats and video player compatibility, as well as an overview of automated workflows and integration with lecture capture and video platforms.
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  • webinar: The Impact of Recent Lawsuits on Video Accessibility Requirements

    The Impact of Recent Lawsuits on Video Accessibility Requirements

    Aired on August 4, 2016Duration 60 mins

    In this webinar, Owen Edwards from SSB BART Group and Lily Bond from 3Play Media will take a look at recent video accessibility lawsuits and their implications for other organizations across industries. Their focus will be on closed captioning and video description legal requirements, case law, and standards.
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  • webinar: How Yahoo Is Making Their Technology Accessible for Everyone

    How Yahoo Is Making Their Technology Accessible for Everyone

    Aired on July 28, 2016Duration 57 mins

    Yahoo has more than a billion monthly active users. Knowing that roughly 10% of the world’s population identifies as having some kind of disability, an important part of the Yahoo experience is ensuring that all users can access and enjoy Yahoo products, whether or not they are disabled. Watch this webinar to learn more about how Yahoo is committed to building cutting-edge products that make every user experience delightful, inspiring, and accessible to all.
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  • webinar: Implementing & Evaluating Web Application Accessibility

    Implementing & Evaluating Web Application Accessibility

    Aired on July 7, 2016Duration 60 mins

    In this webinar, Jared Smith, the Associate Director of WebAIM, will provide an overview of web accessibility. His expertise in the field will leave you with web accessibility tips and strategies that you can implement right away, as well as tools and resources for evaluating your site or web application’s current accessibility.
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  • webinar: Are You at Risk? Identifying Web Accessibility Gaps at Your Organization

    Are You at Risk? Identifying Web Accessibility Gaps at Your Organization

    Aired on July 6, 2016Duration 60 mins

    In this webinar, Mike Paciello, founding partner of The Paciello Group, will discuss accessibility gap analysis, a critical step in building – or fixing – accessibility at your organization. Taking a high-level approach, he will cover strategies for evaluating your current level of accessibility, identifying areas of risk, and developing a plan to achieve compliance with web accessibility standards.
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  • webinar: The Anatomy of an IT Accessibility Coordinator

    The Anatomy of an IT Accessibility Coordinator

    Aired on May 26, 2016Duration 60 mins

    What exactly does an IT Accessibility Coordinator do? In this webinar, you’ll learn the answer to that question directly from Kara Zirkle, the IT Accessibility Coordinator at George Mason University. Looking at the responsibilities and expectations of the role, Kara will discuss strategies for accomplishing accessibility goals at the university level.
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  • webinar: The Future of Closed Captioning in Higher Education

    The Future of Closed Captioning in Higher Education

    Aired on May 12, 2016Duration 58 mins

    In this webinar, Sean Zdenek will first focus on the hurdles and challenges of developing an infrastructure for closed captioning at the university level. He will then take a closer look at where closed captioning is going, focusing on the likely future requirements for, advancements in, and features of captioning.
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  • webinar: Advanced Workflows for Closed Captioning

    Advanced Workflows for Closed Captioning

    Aired on April 26, 2016Duration 60 mins

    Given the legal climate, developing a streamlined workflow for closed captioning at your institution is more critical than ever. Using George Mason University as a case study, this webinar will go through several workflows to consider implementing at your college or university.
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  • webinar: The Road to Sustainable Corporate Accessibility

    The Road to Sustainable Corporate Accessibility

    Aired on April 7, 2016Duration 58 mins

    In this webinar, Deque’s John Foliot will outline an A to Z approach to sustainable corporate accessibility, providing a roadmap for companies of all sizes. He’ll demonstrate how to make accessibility a part of your organization’s program, examining the role that everyone in your organization plays in achieving and maintaining accessible digital materials.
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  • webinar: The Legal Year in Review: Digital Access Cases

    The Legal Year in Review: Digital Access Cases

    Aired on March 31, 2016Duration 55 mins

    In this webinar, Paul Grossman, who served as the OCR Chief Regional Attorney in San Francisco for 30 years, will analyze key illustrative cases and decisions in 2015 that have potential impact on campus and organization policies, practices, and environments as they relate to web accessibility. These cases demonstrate that the Department of Justice (DOJ) and Office for Civil Rights (OCR) are taking a more comprehensive position on digital access, and organizations across industries should take note of the precedents being set to better understand their legal obligations.
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  • webinar: Quick Start to Video Search

    Quick Start to Video Search

    Aired on March 17, 2016Duration 30 mins

    In this webinar, we will go through strategies for implementing video search on your website. We will walk you through how to install an interactive transcript as well as how to customize it with our SDK (software development kit). We will also show live demos and examples that highlight the features and benefits of video search.
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  • webinar: FCC's 2016 Order on Closed Captioning Responsibility Explained by the FCC

    FCC’s 2016 Order on Closed Captioning Responsibility Explained by the FCC

    Aired on March 9, 2016Duration 60 mins

    In this webinar, Eliot Greenwald, the Deputy Chief of the Disability Rights Office at the FCC, will go over closed captioning requirements and responsibilities. Last month, the FCC released a 2016 order to clarify who is responsible for complying with closed captioning requirements. The commission unanimously agreed on their decision, which divides responsibility between video programming distributors (VPDs) and video programmers. There are significant changes that all VPDs and video programmers should pay attention to.
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  • webinar: 10 Tips for Implementing Accessible Online Media

    10 Tips for Implementing Accessible Online Media

    Aired on February 25, 2016Duration 55 mins

    In this webinar, Janet Sylvia, Web Accessibility Group Leader and Web Accessibility Trainer, and Lily Bond from 3Play Media will go through 10 tips for implementing accessible online media at your institution. Looking at several different scenarios, they will discuss actionable strategies to help you find a solution that will work for you.
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  • webinar: When the DOJ/OCR Makes a Visit: Lessons Learned in Resolving Complaints About Inaccessible IT

    When the DOJ/OCR Makes a Visit: Lessons Learned in Resolving Complaints About Inaccessible IT

    Aired on February 17, 2016Duration 62 mins

    In this webinar, accessibility leaders at three different universities will discuss what to expect in a DOJ or OCR review, as well as the lessons they’ve learned at their institutions in resolving complaints about inaccessible IT. Learning from schools that have successfully resolved DOJ/OCR complaints, this webinar will provide valuable insight into how campus communities can work to ensure the accessibility of IT.
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  • webinar: Strategies for Getting Administrative and Faculty Buy-In for UDL

    Strategies for Getting Administrative and Faculty Buy-In for UDL

    Aired on January 21, 2016Duration 58 mins

    Presented by Thomas Tobin, the Coordinator of Learning Technologies in the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) at Northeastern Illinois University in Chicago, this webinar will explore strategies for getting administrative and faculty buy-in for UDL. Thomas will focus on key shifts to make at your institution that will help demonstrate a measurable return on the investment of UDL.
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  • webinar: FCC Closed Captioning Requirements: How Some Networks Are Staying Ahead of the Curve

    FCC Closed Captioning Requirements: How Some Networks Are Staying Ahead of the Curve

    Aired on December 9, 2015Duration 55 mins

    This webinar, presented by Peter Bothe, the Director of Operations at Time Warner Cable SportsNet, and Maria Browne, a partner and attorney at Davis Wright Tremaine LLP, will explore the legal landscape of closed captioning online video content. Peter Bothe will discuss his approach to accessibility and closed captioning, then Maria Browne will cover the legal requirements for captioning online video clips and full-length video programming.
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  • webinar: How to Implement Accessible Lecture Capture

    How to Implement Accessible Lecture Capture

    Aired on December 3, 2015Duration 45 mins

    In this webinar, Christopher Soran, the Interim eLearning Director at Tacoma Community College, along with Ari Bixhorn from Panopto and Lily Bond from 3Play Media, will discuss how you can implement accessible lecture capture at your university. Looking at Tacoma’s workflow, they will walk you through an efficient, cost-effective way to manage closed captioning for lecture capture at a university level.
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  • webinar: Implementing Universal and Inclusive Design for Online Learning Accessibility

    Implementing Universal and Inclusive Design for Online Learning Accessibility

    Aired on November 5, 2015Duration 66 mins

    This webinar will discuss how the principles of universal and inclusive design can be applied to the online learning environment, with a particular focus on the accessibility of course content and materials.
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  • webinar: Understanding Closed Captioning Standards and Guidelines

    Understanding Closed Captioning Standards and Guidelines

    Aired on October 22, 2015Duration 60 mins

    In this webinar, Jason Stark from the Described and Captioned Media Program (DCMP) and Cindy Camp from Pepnet 2 will go over DCMP’s captioning guidelines and preferred techniques that will help you produce captions that are accurate, consistent, clear, readable, and equal.
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  • webinar: 10 Tips for Creating Accessible Online Course Content

    10 Tips for Creating Accessible Online Course Content

    Aired on October 8, 2015Duration 56 mins

    With recent lawsuits in higher education and updates to Section 508 on the horizon, it is more important than ever that online learning content be made accessible to students with disabilities. In this webinar, Janet Sylvia, Web Accessibility Group Leader and Web Accessibility Trainer, will provide you with 10 tips for making your online course material accessible.
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  • webinar: 11 ½ Free Tools for Testing Website Accessibility

    11 ½ Free Tools for Testing Website Accessibility

    Aired on October 1, 2015Duration 59 mins

    In this webinar, David Berman, the #1 rated speaker on the topic of web accessibility standards as well as an international expert in the field, will share with you the best tools his team uses when auditing and testing websites and documents. Having an excellent test regimen is a crucial part of online accessibility, and David has found the best tools to fit your workflow, platforms, and competencies… so you don’t have to!
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  • webinar: Video SEO Deep Dive: How to Get Your Videos to Rank

    Video SEO Deep Dive: How to Get Your Videos to Rank

    Aired on September 24, 2015Duration 56 mins

    With the popularity of online video only growing, it is important to implement a video SEO strategy to help people find your content. Because Google can’t read your videos, there are inherent SEO roadblocks with video that don’t exist with written articles. In this webinar, Tim Schmoyer, the host of Video Creators and a YouTube Certified Consultant, will provide expert advice on developing a video SEO strategy.
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  • webinar: Online Video and the ADA: How a Landmark Case Changed the Legal Landscape of Closed Captioning

    Online Video and the ADA: How a Landmark Case Changed the Legal Landscape of Closed Captioning

    Aired on September 16, 2015Duration 57 mins

    This webinar will be presented by Arlene B. Mayerson, who led the legal team in the case that secured a historic settlement that ensures 100% closed captions in Netflix’s streaming video content. Ms. Mayerson will discuss the application of the ADA, as well as how the ruling impacts online education and other industries using streaming video.
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  • webinar: Want Your Video to Go Global? The Power of Community Translation

    Want Your Video to Go Global? The Power of Community Translation

    Aired on September 10, 2015Duration 54 mins

    As online video content booms, it is critical to consider translating your videos into multilingual subtitles to increase your global audience. In this webinar, Darren Bridenbeck from Amara will discuss the benefits of using community translation to help your videos go global.
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  • webinar: Best Practices for Integrating Closed Captioning with Mediasite Lecture Capture

    Best Practices for Integrating Closed Captioning with Mediasite Lecture Capture

    Aired on September 9, 2015Duration 34 mins

    With the proliferation of lecture capture for blended and online learning, educational institutions are facing legal, functional, and ethical pressures to provide video accessibility accommodations to their students and staff. Looking at Nevada State College’s workflow, we will walk through an efficient, cost-effective way to manage closed captioning at a university level.
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  • webinar: HTML5 Video Accessibility: Updates, Features, & Guidelines

    HTML5 Video Accessibility: Updates, Features, & Guidelines

    Aired on August 27, 2015Duration 68 mins

    What does HTML5 mean for video accessibility? In this webinar, John Foliot, a video accessibility expert and contributor to the W3C’s new Media Accessibility User Requirements (MAUR), will go over the latest updates to HTML5 video as well as new guidelines for making media accessible on the web.
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  • webinar: DIY Workflows for Captioning and Transcription

    DIY Workflows for Captioning and Transcription

    Aired on July 15, 2015Duration 63 mins

    While using a 3rd party captioning service certainly makes the captioning and transcription process easier for video producers, sometimes it is not a plausible solution (mainly due to cost). In this webinar, Ken Petri, the Director of the Ohio State University Web Accessibility Center, will walk you through the process of DIY captioning.
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  • webinar: Closed Captioning Workflows for MediaCore

    Closed Captioning Workflows for MediaCore

    Aired on July 15, 2015Duration 53 mins

    This webinar will teach you how to add closed captions and subtitles to your MediaCore videos to make them fully accessible. You’ll learn about accessibility laws, how closed captions benefit all users, why captioning is important to your institution, recommendations for your captioning strategy, and an overview of 3Play Media’s captioning integration with MediaCore.
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  • webinar: Empowering YouTube for Higher Education

    Empowering YouTube for Higher Education

    Aired on July 09, 2015Duration 40 mins

    This webinar will teach you how to utilize learning solutions that bridge Google Apps for Education, YouTube, and other Google services to create a rich video experience for your YouTube videos directly inside of your learning management system course. It will also show you how to utilize Google tools like Analytics, YouTube annotations, and video clipping for educational purposes.
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  • webinar: Demystifying WCAG 2.0: An Intro to Web, Office, InDesign, and PDF Accessibility

    Demystifying WCAG 2.0: An Intro to Web, Office, InDesign, and PDF Accessibility

    Aired on June 17, 2015Duration 66 mins

    Web accessibility is a growing priority across industries, and in light of recent lawsuits, the threat of non-compliance in higher education is very real. However, bringing an entire organization up to accessibility standards can be daunting. In this webinar, David Berman, the #1 rated speaker on the topic of web accessibility standards as well as an international expert in the field, will provide you with strategies for meeting WCAG 2.0 standards in various design platforms.
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  • webinar: CVAA Legal Requirements for Video Programming

    CVAA Legal Requirements for Video Programming

    Aired on May 27, 2015Duration 68 mins

    In this webinar, Maria Browne, an attorney at David Wright Tremaine LLP specializing in communications laws, will give you an in-depth look at the regulatory requirements of Title II of the CVAA. Then, Tim Springer, the CEO of SSB BART Group, will go through examples of CVAA compliance. The two will provide a comprehensive view of CVAA requirements and implementation.
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  • webinar: 10 Tips for Creating Accessible Web Content with WCAG 2.0

    10 Tips for Creating Accessible Web Content with WCAG 2.0

    Aired on May 21, 2015Duration 55 mins

    Web accessibility is a hot topic right now, with lawsuits, a Section 508 refresh, and the impending requirements of WCAG 2.0 fresh on people’s minds. In this webinar, Janet Sylvia, the Digital Media Professional Specialist and leader of the Web Accessibility Group at University of Georgia, will walk you through 10 tips for creating accessible websites following the international standard WCAG 2.0.
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  • webinar: Creating Accessible PDFs with Acrobat: Requirements, Implementation, and Evaluation

    Creating Accessible PDFs with Acrobat: Requirements, Implementation, and Evaluation

    Aired on April 30, 2015Duration 63 mins

    In this webinar, the Chief Accessibility Officer of SSB BART Group, Jonathan Avila, will walk you through the requirements for PDF accessibility. He will provide you with implementation and evaluation techniques that you can follow to create accessible documents with Acrobat XI. You’ll learn how to provide textual alternatives for visual elements as well as how to use various Acrobat tools that will make accessibility implementation as simple as possible.
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  • webinar: The Future of Video Player Accessibility

    The Future of Video Player Accessibility

    Aired on April 22, 2015Duration 60 mins

    In this webinar, developers from YouTube/Google, JW Player, Video.js, and University of Washington come together to discuss video player accessibility. Taking a look at their different players, they discuss the current capabilities, known shortcomings, and plans for future development. This webinar provides a forum for major developers to take a top-level look at the future potential of video player accessibility.
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  • webinar: How Copyright and Fair Use Impact Third Party Captioning for Educational Video

    How Copyright and Fair Use Impact Third Party Captioning for Educational Video

    Aired on April 2, 2015Duration 61 mins

    One 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 is where copyright law can interfere. Blake Reid, an Assistant Clinical Professor in Technology Policy and Telecom Law at Colorado Law, will walk you through the conflict between copyright law and captioning law, focusing on the legality of captioning videos that you don’t own.
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  • webinar: Closed Captioning Online Video Clips for FCC Compliance

    Closed Captioning Online Video Clips for FCC Compliance

    Aired on March 26, 2015Duration 30 mins

    The FCC has ruled that by January, 2016, online video clips from full-length programming that appeared on television will be required to be captioned, a decision that poses significant challenges for video distributors. This webinar provides an in-depth analysis of the FCC’s rules and deadlines for closed captioning of online video clips, helping you discern whether or not your video clips are implicated by the FCC and what the requirements are for compliance. We’ll also walk you through efficient, cost-effective solutions for captioning video clips that don’t require recreating captions that already exist for the full-length video.
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  • webinar: The Long Road from Reactive to Proactive

    The Long Road from Reactive to Proactive: Developing an Accessibility Strategy

    Aired on March 19, 2015Duration 80 mins

    Implementing accessibility policies in higher education is no easy task. For many, it is easy to get caught in a cycle of reactive accommodation where larger accessibility policies are never implemented. Korey Singleton, the Assistive Technology Initiative Manager at George Mason University, walks you through their two-year process of moving from reactive solutions to proactive accessibility policies.
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  • webinar: Accessibility Strategies for Educational Online Video

    Accessibility Strategies for Educational Online Video

    Aired on February 12, 2015Duration 62 mins

    This session, presented in conjunction with the Online Learning Consortium (OLC), spotlights Portland Community College and University of Wisconsin. While both institutions have been progressive about accessibility, they have taken different approaches. This webinar explores solutions that can be translated into actionable plans for your campus. The presenters discuss strategies and resources, costs and benefits derived, implementation best practices, and specific examples that will help you gain a deeper understanding of how to create an accessible campus.
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  • webinar: Section 508 and 504 Video Captioning Requirements, Workflows, and Best Practices for Government and Federally Funded Programs

    Section 508 and 504 Video Captioning Requirements, Workflows, and Best Practices for Government and Federally Funded Programs

    Aired on January 29, 2015Duration 44 mins

    If you are a government agency or a federally funded program that uses online video, you are probably familiar with Sections 508 and 504. However, these laws are incredibly broad, and it can be difficult to discern which requirements pertain specifically to your organization. If you are looking for an in-depth understanding of your organization’s video accessibility requirements as set forth by the Rehabilitation Act and the ADA, this webinar is an indispensable resource.
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  • webinar: Quick Start to Interactive Transcripts

    Quick Start to Interactive Transcripts

    Aired on January 15, 2015Duration 40 mins

    Make your online videos searchable and more engaging with interactive transcripts. In this webinar, you learn about the features and benefits that make interactive transcripts so compelling. The webinar includes live demos of different use cases and a walk-through of how easy it is to install one on your website. We also show a gallery of examples and customization options.
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  • webinar: Solving Web Accessibility - Leaving No One Behind

    Solving Web Accessibility: Leaving No One Behind

    Aired on January 14, 2015Duration 66 mins

    With so many emerging standards and technical specifications, meeting web accessibility guidelines can be a daunting task. This webinar will be presented by David Berman, the #1 rated speaker on the topic of web accessibility standards as well as an international expert in the field. He provides not only a deep understanding of web standards and requirements, but also a passion for accessibility. His expert approach to developing an accessible infrastructure will provide you with a roadmap of what needs to be done as well as how you can meet your accessibility goals.
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  • webinar: How an Accessibility Strategy Can Unlock the Power of Academic Video

    How an Accessibility Strategy Can Unlock the Power of Academic Video

    Aired on December 16, 2014Duration 62 mins

    This webinar covers current and emerging accessibility issues in higher education, with presentations from Sonic Foundry, North Carolina State University, and 3Play Media. Campuses all over the globe are using video to teach blended, hybrid, online and flipped classes. While the number of online classes is skyrocketing, it’s also brought a wave of accessibility issues that, from a legal and ethical standpoint, can’t be ignored. This webinar will get you up to speed on IT accessibility issues, policy and law as they pertain to academic video.
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  • webinar: In-House Captioning Workflows and Economic Analysis

    In-House Captioning Workflows and Economic Analysis

    Aired on December 11, 2014Duration 54 mins

    Most colleges and universities are required by law to provide closed captions for students who are deaf or hard of hearing. However, cost is often a considerable limiting factor when it comes to captioning, as not all schools have the budget to hire a captioning vendor. If you are facing this issue, in-house captioning might be a solution to consider. In this webinar, we will walk you through in-house captioning workflows and timelines. In addition, we will provide you with an in-house captioning cost analysis.
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  • Webinar: Developing a Custom Video Solution with the 3Play Media API

    Developing a Custom Video Solution with the 3Play Media API

    Aired on December 4, 2014Duration 35 mins

    Are you looking to build an application that incorporates video captioning or transcription? This webinar will provide you with an introduction to the 3Play Media API and how it can be used to quickly develop different types of solutions for captioning, transcription, video search, and metadata extraction.
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  • webinar: Closed Captioning Legal Requirements, Best Practices, and Workflows for Media and Entertainment

    Closed Captioning Legal Requirements, Best Practices, and Workflows for Media and Entertainment

    Aired on November 19, 2014Duration 36 mins
    New FCC regulations require video programming that is captioned on TV to also be captioned when distributed on the Internet. In this webinar, thePlatform will join us to discuss recent and upcoming regulations for closed captioning, as well as best practices for implementation and workflows.
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  • webinar: Getting Started with your 3Play Media Account

    Getting Started with your 3Play Media Account

    Aired on November 18, 2014Duration 23 mins
    Watch this webinar covering tips and best practices for using the 3Play Media account system. You will learn how to get captions and transcripts for your video or audio files. You will also learn how easy it is to publish an interactive transcript, create captions if you already have existing transcripts, and translate captions to other languages.
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  • webinar: Making Video Communications and Training Searchable and Accessible

    Making Video Communications and Training Searchable and Accessible

    Aired on October 16, 2014Duration 32 mins
    Watch this webinar to learn how organizations can leverage an enterprise video platform with interactive transcripts and captions to enhance their internal communications, training and marketing programs.
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  • Portland Community College: Best Practices for Implementing Video Captioning

    Portland Community College: Best Practices for Implementing Video Captioning

    Recorded on July 16, 2014Duration 21 mins
    Portland Community College discuss their accessibility and closed captioning policies, workflows, and tips for selecting a third party captioning provider.
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  • University of Wisconsin Accessibility and Captioning Policies, Workflows, and Use Cases

    University of Wisconsin Accessibility & Captioning Policies, Workflows, and Use Cases

    Recorded on June 17, 2014Duration 25 mins
    University of Wisconsin discuss their accessibility policies and procedures, captioning and transcription workflows, strategies for addressing accessibility issues, and creative uses for transcripts and captions.
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  • Leveraging Closed Captions and Transcripts with Kaltura

    Johns Hopkins University + Infobase Learning: Leveraging Closed Captions and Transcripts with Kaltura

    Recorded on June 16, 2014Duration 25 mins
    Johns Hopkins University and Infobase Learning discuss their accessibility and captioning policies, workflows, and use cases for transcripts and closed captions.
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  • Webinar: Simple Strategies for Sophisticated Video SEO

    Simple Strategies for Sophisticated Video SEO

    Aired on April 22, 2014Duration 47 mins
    This webinar features three marketing professionals from SafeNet and Vidcaster who share SEO tips that will turn your video into a traffic driver for your organization.
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  • Webinar: Closed Captioning Best Practices and Legal Requirements for Digital Distribution of TV & Film

    Netflix + EMA: Closed Captioning Best Practices and Legal Requirements for Digital Distribution of TV & Film

    Aired on April 17, 2014Duration 50 mins
    New FCC regulations require video programming that is captioned on TV to also be captioned when distributed on the Internet. In this webinar, Netflix and Entertainment Merchants Association discuss the new and upcoming legal requirements, best practices, and standards for closed captioning entertainment and media content.
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  • Conference Session: Accessible Video Captioning for Online Learning

    ESC Region 13 Discusses Accessible Video Captioning for Online Learning

    Recorded on November 21, 2013 Duration 39 mins
    In this session recorded at the Sloan-C International conference, Education Service Center Region 13 discuss their accessibility strategies and the solutions they implemented. They also discuss the costs and benefits derived, as well as best practices and tips for implementing video and accessibility technologies.
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  • Best Practices for Implementing Accessible Video Captioning

    Google, Dell, T-Mobile Discuss Captioning Best Practices

    Recorded on November 19, 2013 Duration 53 mins
    In this session recorded at the Streaming Media West conference, panelists from Google, Dell, and T-Mobile USA discuss captioning and transcription best practices, costs and benefits derived, and tips for implementing accessibility technologies. The panel also discusses strategies for meeting accessibility laws and emerging standards that impact online video captions.
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  • webinar: Demo of Captioning Integrations and Workflows

    Demo of Captioning Integrations and Workflows

    Aired on November 6, 2013 Duration 22 mins
    See a demo of how 3Play Media integrates with video platforms and lecture capture systems, including YouTube, Brightcove, Kaltura, Mediasite, Echo360, Tegrity, Limelight, Ooyala, and others. The webinar covers different ways to upload files for processing, custom API workflows, caption formats, and editing captions after they have been processed.
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  • Accessible Video Captioning in Higher Ed and MOOCs

    MIT OpenCourseWare, University of New Hampshire, and Regis University Discuss Captioning in Higher Ed and MOOCs

    Recorded on July 30, 2013 Duration 42 mins
    In this panel session, MIT OpenCourseWare, University of New Hampshire, and Regis University discuss their campus accessibility policies and demonstrate the solutions they’ve implemented. The panel also discusses the costs and benefits derived, as well as best practices and tips for implementing accessibility technologies.
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  • Accessible Video Captioning for Blended Learning and Lecture Capture

    Accessible Video Captioning for Blended Learning and Lecture Capture

    Recorded on July 8, 2013 Duration 40 mins
    In this session, University of Wisconsin-Madison discusses their accessibility policy, budgeting, prioritization, costs and benefits derived, and best practices for deploying video captioning technologies.
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  • Strategies for Deploying Accessible Video Captioning

    Oracle, Lockheed Martin, Films Media Group, and Digital Tutors Share Strategies for Accessible Video Captioning

    Recorded on May 21, 2013 Duration 50 mins
    This panel session from the Streaming Media 2013 conference (New York) features speakers from Oracle, Lockheed Martin, Films Media Group, and Digital Tutors. The panel discusses captioning and transcription costs and benefits derived, as well as best practices for implementing accessibility technologies for training on-demand and eLearning videos. The panel also discusses strategies for meeting upcoming accessibility regulations and emerging standards that impact online video captioning.
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  • webinar: Accessibility Specialists: Understanding Invisible Disabilities and What this Means for Online Education

    Accessibility Specialists: Understanding Invisible Disabilities and What this Means for Online Education

    Aired on April 23, 2013 Duration 1 hour 26 minutes
    In this webinar, accessibility specialists from Empire State University, Pennsylvania State University, and Drexel University discuss effective practices and available resources to support students and faculty with invisible disabilities in online education.

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  • Tegrity Captioning: Strategies for Deploying Accessible Lecture Capture Video

    Tegrity Captioning: Strategies for Deploying Accessible Lecture Capture Video: IPFW and McGraw-Hill Education Case Studies

    Aired on April 12, 2013 Duration 48 minutes
    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 to successfully implement accessible video and lecture capture.
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  • Best Practices for Video Translation

    Best Practices for Video Translation

    Aired on April 2, 2013 Duration 32 minutes
    Is your business going global? Over 70% of Internet users speak a language other than English, but how do you reach them in a cost-effective way? This webinar covers best practices for translating your video, engaging with an international audience, and SEO strategies for a new source of inbound traffic.
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  • Faculty Panel: What Faculty with Disabilities Want Institutions to Know

    Faculty Panel: What Faculty with Disabilities Want Institutions to Know

    Aired on March 14, 2013 Duration 1 hour 27 minutes
    In this webinar, faculty with expertise in accessibility share recommendations and resources for supporting faculty (full-time, part-time, and adjunct) success in online education.

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  • Best Practices for Automatic Transcript Alignment

    Best Practices for Automatic Transcript Alignment

    Aired on March 12, 2013 Duration 38 minutes
    If you already have transcripts for your video or audio files, automatic transcript alignment is the fastest and least expensive way to create captions and use interactive video plugins. This webinar covers tips and best practices for using our automatic transcript alignment service.
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  • Pennsylvania State of Higher Education (PASSHE) Virtual Conference

    Pennsylvania State of Higher Education (PASSHE) Virtual Conference

    Aired on February 21, 2013 Duration 53 minutes
    In this webinar presented at the PASSHE Virtual Conference 2013, Penn State University demonstrates a cost-effective, streamlined captioning workflow that provides push-button simplicity for instructors, administrators, and students campus-wide.
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  • Student and Alumni Panel: What Students with Disabilities Want Faculty and Administrators to Know

    Student & Alumni Panel: What Students with Disabilities Want Faculty & Administrators to Know

    Aired on February 12, 2013 Duration 1 hour 31 minutes
    This webinar features four online students and alumni with different disabilities. Students provide a personal introduction and then share what faculty and administrators need to know from their perspectives about accessibility, working with students with disabilities, and strategies to increase online student success.
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  • Administrative Panel: Understanding the Law and Building Accessible Institutional Infrastructures

    Administrative Panel: Understanding the Law & Building Accessible Institutional Infrastructures

    Aired on January 15, 2013 Duration 1 hour 29 minutes
    This webinar features four accessibility specialists who discuss critical issues facing higher ed and share effective practices and available resources for creating accessible institutional infrastructures that support student and faculty success in online education.
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  • Video Captioning for Accessibility: University of Florida and Regis University Case Studies

    Video Captioning for Accessibility: University of Florida and Regis University Case Studies

    Aired on December 6, 2012 Duration 58 mins
    Although captioning is sometimes perceived as obtrusive and expensive, in this session University of Florida and Regis University demonstrate their cost-effective, streamlined captioning workflows that provide push-button simplicity for instructors and administrators campus-wide. This session was part of the Kaltura Education Video Summit.
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  • Presentation at Accessing Higher Ground 2012

    Presentation at Accessing Higher Ground (AHEAD) 2012

    Recorded on November 15, 2012 Duration 46 mins
    The first part of this presentation covers the basics of captioning for accessible online video, including accessibility laws, best practices for creating captions, and the impact of HTML5 and emerging standards. The second part of the presentation demonstrates the latest web technologies that leverage captions to make video searchable, more navigable and engaging.
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  • webinar: Best Practices for Accessible, Searchable Enterprise Video

    Best Practices for Accessible, Searchable Enterprise Video

    Aired on August 21, 2012 Duration 50 mins

    Join Alcatel-Lucent and Dynamic Therapy Solutions, as they discuss video strategies for making training, marketing, and corporate presentations accessible, searchable, and more engaging.

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  • Presentation: Video Captioning for Accessibility – The Penn State Solution

    Video Captioning for Accessibility – The Penn State Solution

    Presented at Campus Technology on July 19, 2012 Duration 1 hr 9 mins
    Although online video is becoming the dominant medium in education, closed captioning is rare – even though it is a necessity for deaf users and an essential aid for ESL students. Captioning is often perceived as obtrusive and expensive, but in this session, Penn State University demonstrates a cost-effective, streamlined captioning workflow that provides push-button simplicity for instructors, administrators, and students campus-wide.
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  • webinar: captioning for lecture capture - Georgia Tech and IPFW

    Captioning for Lecture Capture:
    Georgia Tech and Indiana University, Purdue University – Fort Wayne Share their Video Accessibility Experiences

    Aired on June 5, 2012 Duration 60 mins
    For many educators and students, online video is no longer just an accessory – it has become a primary medium for teaching and learning. For technologists, this means figuring out the most streamlined and cost-effective solution for combining lecture capture and closed captioning. In this webinar, Georgia Tech and IPFW team up to discuss their lecture capture and closed captioning solutions.
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  • webinar: Video Accessibility: Best Practices for Teaching and Learning

    Video Accessibility: Best Practices for Teaching and Learning

    Aired on May 22, 2012 Duration 38 mins
    This webinar features speakers from the University of Florida and Regis University who share their best practices and give advice to organizations who intend to have more accessible video for teaching and learning.
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  • webinar: Google, Adobe Share Their Video Accessibility Strategies

    Google, Adobe Share Their Video Accessibility Strategies

    Aired on March 15, 2012 Duration 52 mins
    Google and Adobe discuss how their video platforms are changing the landscape of accessibility through better tools, technologies, best practices, and education. They also discuss their internal accessibility strategies and how they are impacted by accessibility laws, HTML5, and the proliferation of mobile devices.
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  • webinar: Penn State Demonstrates Its Award-Winning Closed Captioning Workflow

    Penn State Demonstrates Its Award-Winning Closed Captioning Workflow

    Aired on October 6, 2011 Duration 53 mins
    In July, 2011, Penn State University together with 3Play Media won the Campus Technology Innovators Award for developing an open source system that dramatically simplifies media asset management and the process of making media files accessible per WACG (web accessibility compliance guidelines). In this webinar, Penn State discusses and demonstrates how the system works and how it has helped the campus to streamline transcription and captioning. The webinar also shows how to download the source code and get involved with future development.
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  • webinar: Section 508 Laws Explained and Closed Captioning Made Simple

    Section 508 Laws Explained and Closed Captioning Made Simple

    Aired on June 9, 2011 Duration 47 mins
    Are you publishing online video, but not sure how to comply with Section 508 accessibility laws? Learn how to quickly add closed captions to your video to make it accessible, searchable, and more SEO-friendly. Also, learn about the benefits of interactive transcripts and how to make your video more engaging.
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  • webinar: How to Make Your Online Video Accessible & Searchable

    How to Make Your Online Video Accessible & Searchable

    Aired on March 17, 2011 Duration 29 mins
    This webinar is an overview of how Brightcove and 3Play Media can make your online video more accessible and searchable. Learn about the basics of Section 508 accessibility laws and how integrated workflows make it easier than ever to add closed captions or an interactive transcript.
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  • webinar: Search & Clipping Tools for Qualitative Research

    Search & Clipping Tools for Qualitative Research

    Aired on February 24, 2011 Duration 12 mins
    Looking for a more productive way to create highlight reels? This webinar introduces you to 3Play Media’s qualitative research tools for recorded interviews and focus groups. Learn how to quickly search your content down to the spoken word and quickly create video clips for PowerPoint presentations.
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  • webinar: University of Wisconsin - Media Transcription and Captioning

    University of Wisconsin – Media Transcription and Captioning

    Aired on January 12, 2011 Duration 23 mins
    This webinar addresses questions about the University of Wisconsin – Madison ‘Media Transcription and Captioning Contract’ recently awarded to 3Play Media (how to use, billing options, support options, or features). The contract extends beyond University of Wisconsin-Madison, to UW System 2 and 4-year campuses, and Madison Area Technical College.
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