A couple of months ago, I wrote a blog post on how to grab a transcript while you record. I am now going to show you a simple 6-step process on how you can transcribe and close-caption a YouTube video. Continue reading
Every day, accessibility is taking a more prominent seat in education. Accessibility should be a starting point for all education but often it is an add-on. Linda Ryder and Elissa Baker from Hudson Valley Community College discussed their approach for making accessibility and universal design the first things faculty think about. Continue reading
One of the things that is often neglected while creating videos is making sure they have a transcript or are closed-captioned. Here is a process where you can get a rough transcript while you record an audio track or webcam. Continue reading
When you insert pictures in your Google document, you’ll want to add an “alt tag” to it. The term “ALT tag” is a common shorthand term used to refer to the ALT attribute within in the IMG tag. Any time you use an image, be sure to include an ALT tag or ALT text within the IMG tag. Doing so will provide a clear text alternative of the image for screen reader users. The “ALT tag” can help make the object accessible and provide clarification. The “ALT tag” will also help you refer to the image within the document.
Fortunately, Google makes it easy for you to insert an “ALT tag” for picture. Just follow these steps: