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 done for free, or with a budget. Make sure to bookmark this link so you can get stay up to date as the technology gets […]
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 up the world of closed captioning for YouTube. So, get ready. We are about to become […]
Hi fellow market-eers, On Wednesday, March 29, we welcomed Rob Stone to campus. Rob is the President/CEO of Marketing 2 Point 0 in Edmond, OK, and is an expert in field of all things SEO (search engine optimization). After hearing Rob speak at a PRSA meeting in January that I attended with my good buddy […]
Working with departments on web content and CMS training, I am constantly preaching the importance of web accessibility. I know how to make content more accessible and why, but explaining the importance to our web authors can be difficult, until the day I met Brian. During a workshop for our Web Accessibility Higher Education project, […]
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 is also easy to fool. Just because your site passes with no accessibility errors, does not mean it’s accessible. It only means it […]
We all know the importance of captioning online videos, but we wanted to make it very clear on the Web Communications website. So here it is! Check out the newest Web Comm website addition that really breaks it all down for you. Thoughts? Additions? We want to hear/read them!
At our latest Lunch & Punch groups of four were given five things to incorporate in a video: 1) Wide shot/Establishing shot 2) Close up 3) Pan 4) Campus building 5) Landscaping element They had 20 minutes to come up with a concept and shoot it, knowing that it would be not be edited (aka […]
Closed Captioning helps provide a complete viewing experience for all users, including those who have a hearing impairment. While it may be tedious to type out every word, it is also necessary to comply with federal law. Web accessibility standards and federal law (that goes for the University of Oklahoma, too!) requires all videos to […]