Our series of Digitally Enhanced Education webinars continues and this time featured an excellent line up of speakers from a range of organisations including ITV, the BBC and Microsoft.
If you missed it, don’t worry! All the talks were recorded and are available on our Youtube channel.
The talks covered a range of interesting topics such as creating audio descriptions and subtitles for TV, accessibility in videogames and upcoming accessibility features in Microsoft 365.
Below is the full agenda and links to the respective recordings;
- Nigel Megitt (BBC): Making television accessible: Identifying priorities to support audio description and captioning (subtitling) at scale
- Jonathan Penny (ITV): Audio Description: how does it work?
- Marion McGillivray (ITV): TV subtitling: how does it work?
- Kasia Senyszyn (University of Kent): What can the public sector learn from the creative arts about delivering accessible events
- Antonio Viera Santos (Atos): Tips for posting accessible content in social media
- Ben Breen aka SightlessKombat (Accessibility consultant): Accessibility in videogames. The art of the possible…
- Stephen Rose (Microsoft): What’s new in Teams
- Simon Houghton (#WeSupportDeafAwareness): What’s it REALLY like to be deaf? What are the challenges, and how can they be overcome
Thank you so much to all our speakers and to everyone who attended and helped make the event a huge success!
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