Q&A: Making Videos and Remote Sessions Accessible
taught by: Shawn Lawton Henry
Learn how to make your audio and video media accessible. Help others make their remote and hybrid meetings, presentations, and training more accessible.
This is not a full presentation. This is a Q&A for the pre-recorded session available to AccessU attendees in our Learning Center. Watch the pre-recorded presentation Making Videos and Remote Sessions Accessible prior to this Live Q&A session.
With so many conferences, meetings, education, and even recreation online these days, many people are suddenly tasked with making a video presentation. This session helps make those accessible.
We’ll cover how you can make your sessions more accessible to people with disabilities, and smoother for everyone – all for less time and money than you may think. For example, you’ll learn about integrated description and optimizing audio.
While the main focus will be on small-scale, amateur projects, we’ll also point to guidance for professionals, including conference organizers, videographers, and HTML developers.
- What to do before you even start recording.
- What is required and what will improve the user experience even more.
- How to plan your projects to maximize ROI (return on investment).