This demo was originally scheduled for September 1st and had to be rescheduled. You’ll need to register again even if you did for the original date so we know who will actually join this newly rescheduled date.
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, October 27, 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
- Our webinars are intended to be a safe, secure, and learning environment for all participants with the purpose of encouraging productive discussions
- All participants are expected to conduct themselves in a professional and courteous manner, and to show respect to everyone at all times without any form of harassment.
- The NAD does not tolerate harassment of any kind, including but not limited to: race, national origin, age, gender, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, religion, or political affiliation. The NAD reserves the right to expel any person who engages in violations of this conduct policy, and also reserves the right to ban such person from future events. No refunds will be given to any person who has been expelled from the conference for violating this conduct policy.
- Anyone can report harassment or inappropriate conduct. If any person’s behavior has made you uncomfortable, or if you witness inappropriate conduct towards someone else, please immediately contact any staff or security affiliated with the NAD.