Thanks to everyone who joined us live on December 1 for “Carrying Accessibility Forward”. For anyone who missed it or anyone who wants to watch it again, check out the recording below:
Carrying Accessibility Forward (YouTube)
The recording contains the presentation by Katie Quirin Manwiller, Education Librarian and Assistant Professor at West Chester University.
Follow up responses from our presenters, can be found at the bottom of the presentation page from West Chester University, and you can access the slides by clicking the title, “Carrying Accessibility Forward” on the same page.
Links from Chat:
- Caption and Description Editing Tool (CADET) is great for captioning and free
- Article: White Paper Examines Providing Access to Texts in Context of Civil Rights and Copyrights. Copyright, accessibility, and fair use is really tricky. There is nothing wrong with adding alt text. Documents are trickier.
- Captioning specifics – Described and Captioned Media Program (DCMP)
- Article: PDF: The “P” Stands for Problematic
Keep a look out for the ACRL Distance and Online Learning Section (DOLS) Instruction Committee call for proposals for the Spring event, Virtual Poster Sessions!