Below is a list of captioned recordings of past events.
- Introduction: Importance of Web Accessibility
Bill Welsh from the Office of Disability Services reviews policy and issues relating to the need to provide accessible access to Penn State materials.
- 8 Main Blockers Webinar
A review of some of the most critical blockers to accessibility, particularly for screen reader users.
- Beyond the Blockers: Accessible Doc Design
Additional accessibility issues that should be addressed beyond the main eight blockers.
JAWS Screen Reader Demos
- JAWS Screen Reader Demo: Course Schedule
JAWS screen reader reading information listed in the Penn State Course schedule.
- JAWS Screen Reader Demo Pt 1
Peggy Hoover, an employee from the College of Health and Human Development, demonstrates how she uses JAWS to navigate Penn State services. Note that some page interfaces may have changed since the original recording date.
- JAWS Screen Reader Demo Pt 2
Michael Brooks of World Campus provides a description of some accessibility issues for a screen reader witihin an interactive Web site and how they could be addressed in HTML. This is part 2 of a recording for a Penn State Web Developer lunch in March, 2011.
- ANGEL Accessibility Webinar
Some tips for making content in the ANGEL course management system more accessible.
See also ANGEL Accessibility
- Complex Image Strategies
Elizabeth Pyatt describes some strategies to describe complex images that can enhance usability for all audiences.
- Everyday Accessibility for Faculty
This webinar provides efficient workflow tips for instructors who need to accessify course content.
- MathML (Fall 2015)
An updated version of how to use MathML and LaTeX in Sites, Canvas and ANGEL.
- STEM Course (Match & Science) Accessibility
Some basic strategies to make technical images and tables more accessible.
See also Math, Science and Technical Content
- PDF: Escape from PDF Case Study
Derick Burns of TLT discusses how his unit migrated from PDF to alternative document formats.
- PDF: Escape from PDF
An overview of different accessibility issues relating to PDF accessibility and repair and recommendations for migrating PDF content or providing alternate sources.
See also PDF
Sites at Penn State (Word Press)
This presentation reviews accessible utilities and plug ins for the Penn State Word Press service and explains how different roles have different reposnibilities.
See also Sites at Penn State (Word Press)
Testing, Repairs and Standards
- Content Management and Accessibility
Binky Lush from the University Libraries and Joe DeLuca from the Eberly College of Science discuss how they approached training their Webmasters and content providers to maintain accessible content.
- Firefox Testing Tools
Elizabeth Pyatt of TLT gives an overview of WAVE, the Juicy Studios toolbar and other testing tools for Firefox.
- Interpreting Accessibility Test Results
Christian Vinten-Johansen reviews the benfits and pitfalls of many accessibility reporting tools.
- Triage and Testing
from TLT discusses how to prioritize your content for accessibility remediation.
- Understanding WCAG 2.0
Christian Vinten-Johansen provides some guidance in how to understand the WCAG 2.0 guidelines.
- Dreamweaver and Accessibility Webinar
Elizabeth Pyatt from TLT provides an overview of tools Dreamweaver provides to generate more accessible HTML.
- Captioning Tips and Tricks
This video discusses ways to create transcripts or find transcripts for video content.
- Captioning with MovieCaptioner and MacSpeech Dictate
Pat Besong demonstrates how to use speech recognition to capture captions in MovieCaptioner.
- Video Captioning Clinic
Pat Besong demonstrates captioning techniques including those of the MovieCaptioner software.
See also Video Accessibility