Videos

Videos

  • Source: Dundee University

    "Understanding how disabled people use the web is a very important step towards becoming aware about web accessibility. This knowledge allows you to understand what sort of technology already exists to support people who might have difficulty accessing or interacting with web content, and helps you appreciate your role as a web content provider. The best experience is of course to watch a disabled person use an assistive technology to browse the Web. [...] A good alternative is to watch some of an increasing number of videos available on the web which show people using different assistive technologies." Dundee University have put together some of the best videos.

  • Source: WebAxe

    Links to several sites offering accessibility videos CAUTION: some out of date

  • Source: WebAxe

    A couple of videos showing accessibility needn't always be a serious subject.

  • Source: Nomensa

    Series of short videos on various accessibility features, and presentations by workers at accessibility and usability specialists Nomensa.

  • Source: Coolfields Consulting
  • Talk by Paul Bohman on the new features in HTML 5 and how they impact accessibility. Topics covered include new form input types (date, email, number, etc.), new structural tags (nav, main, etc.), native media players, and more. This talk is technical in places. Paul Bohman is the chair of the Certification Committee for the International Association of Accessibility Professionals,

  • One-hour presentation by Jared Smith, the Associate Director of WebAIM (Web Accessibility in Mind, exploring┬áthe main techniques for creating accessible HTML content in the context of a presentation about the main categories of disabilities, assistive technologies used by people with disabilities to access the web, and accessibility guidelines and laws.

  • One-hour presentation by Jared Smith, the Associate Director of WebAIM (Web Accessibility in Mind, exploring the main categories of disabilities, assistive technologies used by people with disabilities to access the web, accessibility guidelines, accessibility laws, and the main techniques for creating accessible HTML content.

  • How to add captions on YouTube videos
    Source: YouTube Help Channel

    You can learn more about adding captions and subtitles on the YouTube support website.

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