Have you ever stumbled upon the HTML editor in the Canvas Rich Content Editor and wondered what it was? HTML stands for HyperText Markup Language and is used to make webpages. Using HTML in Canvas allows you to organize your content and customize the look of your course. Read on for some HTML ideas you can easily incorporate into your course!
Please join us in celebrating Daniela Kukrechtova (who worked on improving 2 courses!) and Richard Chetwynd, who completed Accessible Design in Fall 21. Some courses saw dramatic improvement in Ally scores (67% to 93%!), while in other courses the improvements were more organizational. The type […]
ITG is excited to announce our Fall Faculty Development series. We will continue to offer live Zoom workshops to faculty and have developed a new 4-week course on Universal Design for Learning. Read on for more details. Live Sessions Most weeks of the semester, we […]
Wondering if you’re up to speed on all the latest Zoom features? Here’s our roundup of the best new features that have been added to Zoom since Spring 2020! If you need to, be sure to update your Zoom app to the most recent version before trying these out.
Nice Public Service Announcement from the University of Cincinnati: You can always add automatic speech recognition captions to your Panopto videos and then edit the captions for accuracy. The same process works for YouTube videos as well.
You can flag YouTube videos for captioning? Yep, and the law is on your side! YouTube has more than one billion auto-captioned videos. They’ve been developing tools to engage the community in an effort to make those captions more accurate. Some channels let users contribute […]
Web accessibility word cloud / itjil / CC BY 2.0 Why Designing for accessibility means that you end up with a site that is clear and helpful to everyone. More information on Universal Design in higher education Colors Background images or colors should be subtle. […]
You can add captions to your video through YouTube and have the option of exporting the captions for use elsewhere. Captions enhance the accessibility of videos, and allows us, as described by Google, to “make the world’s information universally accessible and useful.” The following video […]