ED 654: Collection 4, Accessibility

Required Assignments Exploring the ADA ADA Questions I Have Choice Assignments Bernie Delegates’ Protest at the DNC The above project took an obscene amount of time and work: filming, editing, painstakingly creating closed captions, researching external examples, and putting it all together. It fulfills 4 new and old “choice” assignments: 1. Become a (Super)Model (because I model being an online citizen by sharing important parts of real-life citizenship online). 2. Make it Accessible (because of the extensive work adding subtitles). Continue reading ED 654: Collection 4, Accessibility

Wing It: Make It Accessible

Task: An essential component of being a responsible and compassionate “digital citizen” (and educator) is making sure that your works are accessible to an audience whose abilities fall across the spectrum. For this assignment, go out of your way to make your materials more universally accessible. This could entail creating accurate closed captions for your video in YouTube (if using auto caption, go through and correct them), providing an accurate transcript of your audio recording, going back to your recent Continue reading Wing It: Make It Accessible

On Infographics and Accessibility

My Infographic in Venngage Though I did not make this infographic for this class (I created it in October 2015), I wanted to share it here now for my Digital Citizenship classmates to see. It is certainly relevant to our unit/collection 3 explorations as it argues for open educational resources (materials with Creative Commons licenses). Since others have been making infographics, I thought you might like to see one from Venngage. As Rebecca Missler points out in a comment on Continue reading On Infographics and Accessibility