Do your online videos comply with the American Disability Act?
If you want to learn what needs to be done and how it can be done, you should check out our upcoming 3-webinar series:
Online Videos 360: How to Create Better, Viral, and ADA-Compliant W...
Presented by Mike Richwalsky (Allegheny College), Glenda Sims (University of Texas) and Elizabeth Giorgi (University of Minnesota), this 3-webinar series will be held on September 15, 16 & 17, 2009.
Registration is open until September
4 11, 2009, but places are limited.
To find out more about this $300 series, just go to:
"Online Videos 360" is a 3-webinar series intended to teach you how to improve your web videos to help you reach more viewers by making sure these videos are accessible to people with disabilities (and that - as a result - your institution comply with the law) but also by adopting an approach designed to increase their chances to go viral.
September 15, 2009 - 1PM-2PM ET (rain date: September 22nd, 2009)
Better Online Videos 101: How to shoot, edit and host effective web videos
Mike Richwalsky, Assistant Director of Public Affairs at Allegheny College, will put you on the fast track to produce and publish on the Web better videos by presenting best practices, resources and tips. He will share his 10-steps plan to help you create videos that get watched… on a budget.
September 16, 2009, 1PM-2PM ET (Rain date: September 23, 2009)
ADA-Compliant Web Videos 101: How to produce and publish online videos accessible to people with disabilities
Glenda Sims, Senior Systems Analyst at University of Texas at Austin and Co-Manager Web Standards Project will give you a crash course on the American Disability Act as well as the famous section 508 and will explain how they pertain to online videos. She will also share best practices, resources and tips to help you produce and publish online videos that will reach your target audiences without excluding anyone and thus risking a law suit for non-compliance.
September 17, 2009, 1PM-2PM ET (Rain date: September 24, 2009)
Going Viral With Your Video: How to produce and promote a YouTube hit
Elizabeth Giorgi, Web Communications Manager for the University of Minnesota News Service, will uncover the secret behind "The Science of Watchmen," a 6-minute science video that scored more than 1.5 million views on YouTube between February and April 2009. She will also share best practices, tips and resources to help you engineer your next YouTube success.