Accessibility Considerations for Video Learning | D2L
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This is also a good time to think about accessibility. If you used a script for your video, you can upload it as a text-based transcript to generate captions to accommodate students who are hard of hearing. If not, uploading your slides and speaking notes is a good way to ensure everyone has access to the content while you create the captions for your video.

There are a ton of different ways to use video in learning. The key to making it engaging is not worrying about high production value and perfect cuts, so much as authenticity.

Download this template to easily create your own SRT files
Learn how to create SRT files for captions in Brightspace

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