LIVE DEMO: How to Caption Online Videos

Online videos are the best way to provide full communication in ASL for many deaf organizations… BUT: are your videos clear and accessible? Roberto will explain why providing access information is important and Lizzie will do a live demo showing you how to add a closed caption file to your online videos! This webinar will leave you with tools, tips, and a better understanding of why your online videos should have captions. This free webinar is a joint collaboration with the Colorado Commission for the Deaf, Hard of Hearing, and DeafBlind

Note: this will not be streamed to Facebook, you will need to register for the webinar to receive the zoom link.

  • DATE: Tuesday, September 1, 2020, 5-6 PM ET
  • No CEUs will be offered 
  • Webinar will be done in American Sign Language (ASL), English Voice and English captioning will be provided

NOTE: REGISTRATION IS CLOSED


Panelists

Dominican male wearing a blue buttoned down collared shirt. The image zoomed in to his head and shoulders. He sits in front of a body of water, smiles directly at the camera.Roberto is an Outreach Consultant-DeafBlind Specialty with the Colorado Commission for the Deaf, Hard of Hearing, and DeafBlind. Roberto is one of the leading mentors with the DeafBlind Interpreting National Training and Resource Center. Roberto is known for his organization work with Council de Manos. Roberto is a second-generation DeafBlind and an advocate for equal access to promote the quality lifestyle in the community of choice.
Lizzie is smiling, wearing the NAD blue polo.Before arriving at the NAD in 2013, Lizzie worked at Gallaudet University for five years, first as a Digital Video Specialist and then as a Video Senior Producer. She has a Bachelor’s degree from the School of Film and Animation at the Rochester Institute of Technology and a Master’s Degree from the Administration and Supervision program at Gallaudet University. Lizzie was born and raised in California before moving out east in 1999 and now lives in Austin, Texas. She appreciates opportunities to improve accessible videos and loves talking about captioning.

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