Making Audio and Video Media Accessible

via: Web AccessibilityInitiative Summary Accessible audio and video is essential for people with disabilities, and benefits organizations. Depending on the content of your media, it might need captions/subtitles (a text version of the audio that is shown synchronized in the media player), a transcript (a separate text version of the audio), audio description of visual information (usually an additional audio streamContinue reading “Making Audio and Video Media Accessible”

Disintermediation – Cultural futures in a digital age on Big Ideas – ABC Radio

Finally talk about disintermediation makes it onto the quasi MSM – Great listen to some spot on thoughts around the changing future. Disintermediation is the key. ABC Radio ‘Do not be bland’ and ‘back to the bold’ is the key message in order to empower Australia’s cultural institutions in an age of digital disruption. So Kim WilliamsContinue reading “Disintermediation – Cultural futures in a digital age on Big Ideas – ABC Radio”

Edtech podcast Episode 18 – Karla Drops Accessibility Knowledge

In this episode, Ricky and Matt welcome Karla Kmetz Morris to the show to speak about accessibility and give her perspective and she also shares great resources that can help us all understand accessibility in a deeper way. We also discuss the news of the week, as always, including Google’s plan to bring VR intoContinue reading “Edtech podcast Episode 18 – Karla Drops Accessibility Knowledge”

Supernova snippet – Jonathan Zittrain

A Tale of Three Amazons Mike asked me to snip this to audio for him. Jonathan was co-counsel with Lawrence Lessig in Eldred v. Ashcroft, challenging the Sonny Bono Copyright Term Extension Act of 1998 and was asked to talk about “Is this the future we want?” Jonathan Zittrain Supernova 09 [mp3] via – Supernova Conference,Continue reading “Supernova snippet – Jonathan Zittrain”