Mike Morrison has proposed, and shared, some alternatives to traditional academic posters. They appear rather exciting, and I hope some folks decide to try these out at AES. Inside Higher Ed’s article on the Morrison and his proposed design: https://www.insidehighered.com/news/2019/06/24/theres-movement-better-scientific-posters-are-they-really-better Morrison’s fun 20 minute video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1RwJbhkCA58 Here are some of Morrison’s poster templates: https://osf.io/ef53g/ Here […]
Here’s a list of links to student portfolios. The list is not comprehensive. Portfolios from the past year or so at the top. The intention here is to provide students with a clear, curated collection of relevant links to example portfolios. ## More Recent Brock Bergstedt https://bbergstedt050.wixsite.com/mysite Kelsey Corder https://kcorder12.wixsite.com/portfolio Michelle Dyer https://mdyer16.wixsite.com/portfolio Matt Erdmans […]
In order to present the OTEN keynote, I wanted to have a nice looking presentation. My design skills are limited, so I looked for an option. I found Beautiful AI. There are smart design components, and I appreciate that. It allowed you to import your own images or use images, sans copyright issues, from their […]
Not the best results, sadly. When I use the straight embed code for WordPress from Spreaker, it just shows me the code–no embed or linking. However, when I select media and then put in the URL for the show, the whole course/podcast playlist appears. Not sure that I want to really use it this way, […]
I gave my keynote for OTEN on Saturday, March 2nd. It was my first keynote. It went well, I think. Fortunately, my colleague Marcus Wenzel was there and took a few snaps.
Anyone who has used YouTube’s automatic captions knows there are regular and serious flaws–even with the ongoing and regular improvement. One way to correct these is to use YouTube’s built in editing tools. But frankly, still, it’s not that easy to use. Two other solutions exist–both built by independent captioners. Michael Lockerey’s NoMoreCraptions is an […]
If you need captions but are not sure which provider to use, you can go through CaptionMatch. They work to connect people who need captions with captioning providers of all sorts. Benefit: once a match is made, a small donation goes to support CCAC’s caption advocacy work!
This is presented & preserved strictly for documentation and historical purposes. This is not the official page or post for the conference. Please be sure to go to the Caption Studies Conference page for the most recent information. Foreword Through the end of November and start of December 2015, I have spoken with a […]
Just putting together a list of companies here for convenience sake: Vitac Vitac on Twitter CaptionMax CaptionMax on Twitter CaptionMatch: Works to matchmake people seeking captions with those who provide captions. A small percentage of any match made goes to support the CCAC non-profit.
While not open to the public, some of the NCDB staff started to create a course module on accessibility. If you’ve participated in the Open Hands, Open Access: Deaf-Blind Intervener Learning Modules, you might be able to access them. This is mostly here for me to remember and have a link for.