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Description

More and more video is being used in classrooms today; however, many do not have captions or transcripts. Captioning makes video more accessible; however, having an outsider vendor caption your videos continues to be quite expensive. This quick start, hands-on class using the DIY YouTube captioning features will show you how to create captions quickly and accurately without having to learn another software. Having the power to caption video allows students with hearing disabilities to access and create video content. Captioning also helps students learn and remember technical terminology as well as create searchable transcripts.

Objectives

  • Learn how to create captions in videos.
  • Learn how to edit incorrect captions.
  • Learn how to create and upload a transcript to use for captioning.

 

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Date:
Wednesday, October 24, 2018
Time:
9:00am - 10:30am
Location:
TLT Lab (Room 37)
Campus:
Carrier Library
Audience:
  Faculty  
Categories:
  Workshop  

Event Organizer

Ryan Winfree