Captioning Homework Assignment
In this module, you’ll be working with the YouTube Caption editor. You’ll select your video, and upload it to YouTube. Then you’ll learn the basics for working with the built-in caption editor. The resulting captioned video will be shared with your instructor.
Interview Video – Closed Captioning
Although mandated by the AODA, closed captioning of videos is a smart way to go. Videos that are closed captioned generate a transcript – unlike videos that are not searchable, this transcript now becomes a searchable document, thus increasing traffic flow to the video content. Increased traffic flow, increases search results and allows a journalist to report on recorded events, lift direct quotes, and ensure correct spelling of proper names.
For this assignment students will be using their Interview Video, previously uploaded to YouTube, and working with the YouTube Caption Editor.
Closed Captioning your Interview Video Specifics:
Students will be required to caption their full Interview Video using the YouTube Caption Editor. For helpful tips, support and information on how to use the YouTube Caption Editor, please refer to Captioning Homework Assignment (downloads document, 250kb).
Create journalism content using Universal Design which will be accessible in all formats including digital audio, video, and print media, and web content. Articulate the disability perspective through integrated learning opportunities applicable to the field of journalism. Identify the principles and practices of pertinent legislation and standard Web guidelines. Demonstrate the appropriate professionalism.
Module 1: Legislation
Module 2: Disability Perspective
Module 3: Alternative Communication
Module 4: Assistive Technologies
Module 5: Accessible Meetings & Events
Module 6: Video Captioning
Module 7: Document Accessibility - Word
Module 8: Document Accessibility - PDF
Module 9 - Web Accessibility
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