Tuesday, 05. May 2020, Vancouver, eL133 How to Caption Your Videos-2020 Spring (f2f)

Event description
eL133 How to Caption Your Videos
Prerequisite: eL101 completion
Course Description:
Captioning is the process of converting the audio content of a recorded production into text and providing the text while the recording is played and/or in the form of a transcript that can be read. This workshop will show you how to use YouTube to create accurate captions and transcripts.
By the completion of this workshop, you should be able to:

Distinguish between popular video file types such as .mp4, .wmv, .mov, etc.
Create YouTube account and upload video into YouTube.
Adjust settings for video such as video name, privacy settings, etc.
Create, edit, and save accurate captions and transcript for at least one video.
Embed or link to captioned video in Canvas.

Please bring a headset/mic to the workshop.
Contact the Instructional Design team at InstDesign@clark.edu for more information.

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eL105-Canvas Grading
eL110-Applying the Quality Matters Rubric (contact Kathy Chatfield for information)
eL121-Introduction to Zoom (presented synchronously online)
eL130-Universal Design for Learning (UDL)
eL131-Accessible Canvas Items (including Ally)
eL132-How to Screencast and Edit Videos
eL133-How to Caption Your Videos
eL200-Introduction to Online Teaching
eL201-Online Teaching and Design strategies (eLearning 201, fully online)
eL202-Teaching Online with Hybrid Format (eLearning 202, hybrid)
eL210-Efective Online Discussions (eLearning 210, online format)
eL221-Effective Use of Instructional Technology
eL222-Active Delivery: Motivating & Retaining Online Students

eL133 How to Caption Your Videos-2020 Spring (f2f), Vancouver event

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