Resources provided here are a combination of resources found within the CSU and various well known multimedia providers.
- Helpful Videos on Captioning Videotapes and DVD
- Help with Media Players (QuickTime, Windows Media, Flash, Podcast, and YouTube Captioning)
- Help with Lecture Capture System
This Echo360 webinar provides information about the ATI, the innovative programs at Gallaudet University and an experience of Echo 360 that broadcasts what was originally presented in a Wimba webinar. Aug. 2008, 1 hour, 5 min.
Flash Video Captioning. Format HTML. Created by: CSU Long Beach, 2008. Contact: Walter Gajewski, firstname.lastname@example.org.
This document focuses on using Dreamweaver to author accessible web sites, and is a compilation of original material and information from several publicly available web sites. Web sources are identified at the beginning of any section in which they are used. Created by: Humboldt State University, 2008.
A brand new tutorial to check out if you are interested in Flash accessibility. Knowbility in Austin, TX, and Flash accessibility expert Thea Eaton of Doodledoo have create a very useful tutorial, which is itself built in Flash. The tutorial introduces Flash accessibility topics, and is accessible for screen reader and magnifier users, and includes closed captions for users who are deaf or hard-of-hearing and audio descriptions for blind or low-vision users.
This tutorial was ceated by Adobe and repurposed with their permission for use on this site. For information, visit the Adobe Website.
Contact: Walter Gajewski, CSU Long Beach, email@example.com.
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Concept and design by the Center for Distributed Learning