Tracking Back to accessibility and podcasting

March 1, 2007 at 8:00 am 1 comment

I was able to take a look at Wesley Fryers blog.  His blog came up with a google search for podcasting and accessibility.  His blog encompasses much more than accessibility.  He branches into instructional theory, conferences on technology and more.


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  • 1. Wesley Fryer  |  March 1, 2007 at 2:49 pm

    Glad you found my blog, Nora! Since you’re interested in resources relating to accessibility, I would recommend listening to Alan Brightman’s spotlight session from MacWorld in January titled “The Accessible Mac: Yesterday and Today.” Even if you’re not a Mac user, Alan is well worth listening to because of his depth of experiences and perspectives on computer accessibility issues.

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accessibility for podcasting

this special topic will look at how podcasting is made accessible for people who can not hear them. Primarily the way podcasts are being made accessible are through providing scripts to people. Secondly captions are being added. Captions can be created on full screen or in a caption box. It was mentions to me by an accessibility specialist that users prefer to have a choice. Having a choice people tend to choose captions that are created in a caption box rather than floating in a full screen


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