How to Implement Accessible Lecture Capture
If you’ve ever woken up in a sweat about whether your campus technology is accessible, you won’t want to miss this webinar.
For many campuses, online video has become an integral part of teaching and learning. The popularity of blended and online learning has made lecture capture in particular an essential resource for many educational institutions.
Does your lecture capture technology do enough to ensure accessibility?
While video technology has opened up the classroom to many more students, it’s also increased the pressure on colleges and universities to make their video content accessible to students and staff.
Get the latest, from those who know.
In this webinar, Christopher Soran, the Interim eLearning Director at Tacoma Community College, along with Panopto’s own Ari Bixhorn and Lily Bond from 3Play Media, will discuss how you can implement accessible lecture capture at your university.
Looking at Tacoma’s workflow, the team will walk through an efficient, cost-effective way to manage closed captioning for lecture capture at a university level, including:
- How Tacoma Community College uses lecture capture
- The importance of accessibility and how it concerns lecture capture
- Benefits and legal requirements for accessible lecture capture
- Tacoma’s approach to accessibility for eLearning
Don’t miss it!
How to Implement Accessible Lecture Capture, presented by the Online Learning Consortium, is scheduled for Thursday, December 3rd, at 2pm ET (11am PT). Registration is free.