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Captioning Resources Update
We all know captioning video content is the law, but that doesn't make it any easier to do. Luckily, we've compiled a list of resources that will get the job (More)
Accessibility Resources for you!
Webaim This is a pretty prolific site that has a cool little toolbar to install to your bowser.  It's called Wave.  You've probably seen it before.  It's a great tool, but it (More)
Closed Captioning: YouTube
Closed captioning, theoretically, isn't very difficult. However, when you are first starting out it feels a little overwhelming. What service do you use? How do you upload? Export? Import? I'm already feeling stressed out. This blog post will open (More)
Facebook Timeline Launch
March 30 is right around the corner, and with it, Facebook's newest evolution of the fan page. Web Comm has already updated More)
Building a Content Strategy in Higher Ed
It's painful. I'm not going to lie. But once you dive into some juicy content books that give you advice and resources, it actually turns into a mega-organizing opportunity. And I LOVE organizing. The books that have been keeping me up late at nig (More)
7 Tips for Writing on the Web By Cory Miller
For the February Lunch and Punch Workshop, we partnered with The Div and iThemes. Cory Miller, The Div President, Inc., and iThemes Media LLC co- (More)
Edit Like a Pro
Video can be intimidating with all of the options to choose from regarding equipment and editing software. Hopefully we can provide some handy resources that you haven't thought of before, and we'd love for you to share yours in the comment section b (More)

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