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Cal Poly Pomona

Instructional Materials Resources

Guides, Video Tutorials, Tools, Resources, & Best Practices

Campus Guidelines

PDF

  • Illustrated Training with Video Tutorials - This presentation contains guidelines and self-contained video demonstrations with Monica Range, Online Instructor from Sacramento State.  Created September 2009.
  • Video Tutorials Only - This training follows the same outline as the illustrated training above, but it does not contain text and illustrations with the videos.  It is recommended that you use the ATI Approved PDF Training Guidelines developed by Sacramento State members of the ATI Professional Development Work Group when taking this training.  Please note that all videos will open in a new browser window.  Created September 2009. 
  • PDF Guidelines Only - a comprehensive training guideline to be used in developing face-to-face training at your campus.  It can also be used as a handout or reference for your training needs.  Created March 2009.

All video material is Closed Captioned and time is indicated in min:sec.

 

Dreamweaver

  • Dreamweaver Accessibility Document - This document focuses on using Dreamweaver to author accessible web sites, and is a compilation of original material and information from several publicly available web sites.  Web sources are identified at the beginning of any section in which they are used.  Created by: Humboldt State University, 2008.
  • Adobe Design Guidelines
  • Adobe Developer Center

 

Flash

  • Adobe Flash CS4 Professional Accessibility - A brand new tutorial to check out if you are interested in Flash accessibility. Knowbility in Austin, TX, and Flash accessibility expert Thea Eaton of Doodledoo have create a very useful tutorial, which is itself built in Flash. The tutorial introduces Flash accessibility topics, and is accessible for screen reader and magnifier users, and includes closed captions for users who are deaf or hard-of-hearing and audio descriptions for blind or low-vision users.

 

Power Point

Created by: San Francisco State University, Member of the ATI Professional Development Workgroup, March 2009.

All video material is Closed Captioned and time is indicated in min:sec.

Word

Created by:  San Jose State University, Member of the ATI Professional Development Workgroup, March 2009.

All video material is Closed Captioned and time is indicated in min:sec.

Forms

Excel

All video material is Closed Captioned and time is indicated in min:sec.

Captioning Rich Media

  • Meet the Experts - Captioning A, B, C's - A Webinar Presented by Automatic Sync Technologies, June 2009
  • Captioning Guide (.pdf, 188 KB) - The content of this guide will give you the basics of captioning video in post-production and real-time production.  It includes resources created by the CSU as well as other organizations, such as Automatic Sync Technologies and Adobe.  Tools are suggested and where possible, training is provided for using them.  Created with permissions by the CSU Chancellor's Office, March 2008.
  • "Do-It-Yourself" Video Captioning - Hands-on training and equipment to use to caption short videos; links to off-campus resources for captioning longer videos; samples of captioned videos, Link to off-site vendor for captioning needs, 2008.  Format: HTML.  Contact: Dan Mull, Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, (805) 756-2212.

All video material is Closed Captioned and time is indicated in min:sec.

STEM Resources

  • Guidelines for Describing STEM Images for use within Digital Talking Books (published March 2009) - The WGBH National Center for Accessible Media announces
    research-based Guidelines for Describing STEM Images for use within Digital Talking Books.

    These guidelines are the result of a seminal effort, funded by the National Science Foundation, to develop recommended practices for descriptions of science, technology, engineering and math images within digital talking books (DTB's).  The work was jointly undertaken
    by leading organizations that pioneered description for visually impaired users and are currently shaping national policy and practices for the provision of accessible materials in electronic formats.

    NCAM staff will be providing training for implementing these STEM Description Guidelines at conferences and through webinars.  If you or your organization would like to participate in a webinar, please contact: Bryan Gould, bryan_gould@wgbh.org.

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