In the last five years, video has become an essential part of the student learning experience at more than 80% of North American colleges and universities (Wainhouse Research).
Video has proven itself invaluable as a study aid for students and as a way for teachers to implement new learning tools and technologies, like the flipped classroom. It has also introduced legal and ethical pressures for institutions to make their video content accessible.
In this webinar, Jeff Stieber from cielo24 and Ari Bixhorn from Panopto discuss solutions to address the challenges of creating successful accessible academic video learning programs. Specifically, they discuss: