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Accessible Video Captioning in Higher Ed and MOOCs

Recorded live at Campus Technology 2013 on July 30, 2013 | Duration: 42 minutes

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Accessible Video Captioning in Higher Ed and MOOCs

The use of online video in lecture capture, class materials, and massive open online courses (MOOCS) has become an essential part of teaching and learning. As a result, many campuses have updated their accessibility policies to accommodate video captioning requirements. In this session, MIT OpenCourseWare, the 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.


Brett Paci
Video Publication Manager | MIT OpenCourseWare

Nicole Croy
E-learning Technologist | Regis University

Katherine Berger
Director, Disability Services for Students | University of New Hampshire

CJ Johnson (Moderator)
Co-Founder | 3Play Media


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