Activity: Find an Accessible Video
In this activity, you will use information provided in this course, particularly Lesson 4, to find an accessible video related to your discipline. The video should contain all the necessary elements of accessibility. The video should be appropriate for the educational environment you work in. For example, teaching faculty may want to find content videos, while instructional designers may want to find tutorial videos about using course-related technology. If you have trouble finding a completely accessible video, reflect on the accessibility elements that are missing.
ACCESSIBLE VIDEO CHECKLIST
- Media player is accessible
- Video includes captions
- Video uses descriptive language or includes audio descriptions
- Video includes a transcript link
Lesson 4 Assignments
Please complete the Lesson 4 Self-Check and share your accessible video and discuss its characteristics in the Lesson 4 Forum (both available in Moodle).
- Website: YouTube: Search for Videos with Captions by YouTube
- Google Doc: Locating YouTube Transcripts by Maria Fister
- Google Doc: Video Captioning Step-by-Step Guide and Best Practices by Maria Fister
To continue, select the Lesson 5: Overview button below.