All Recorded Webinars
Designing Accessible Cyberlearning: Recommendations and Lessons Learned
This webinar shares recommendations for how cyberlearning researchers can address accessibility issues in their research and for how instructors and designers can employ accessible technology and pedagogy in their practice.
Do Captions & Transcripts Improve Student Learning?
In this webinar, Lyman Dukes III, Ph.D., Karla Morris, M.Ed., and Casey Frechette, Ph.D from the University of South Florida, St. Petersburg, take us through the fascinating findings from an in-depth study on the use of captions and interactive transcripts in seven online courses.
Designing for Online Accessibility: Who, What, Why, and How
Who are we really designing for when we design for accessibility? In this webinar, you will broaden your understanding of accessibility, so that you will be able to advocate for it from different angles, depending on your audience.
Accessible Educational Materials as a Foundation for UDL
In this webinar, Luis Perez, a Technical Assistant Specialist for the National Center on Accessible Educational Materials at CAST, will dive into AEM and UDL and provide a plethora of resources to help you get started with the selection, curation, and creation of accessible educational materials.
Intro to Audio Description
This webinar will cover the basics of how to add audio description to online video, legal requirements for audio description, video player compatibility, examples and demos, how to create audio description, and benefits of audio description outside of accessibility.