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Webinar: Making Learning Accessible Through Universal Design for Learning 2/5/19 - Shared screen with speaker view
Annie Shebanow
14:00
yes
Travis
14:01
Yes
khadiia
18:51
when you think about the disabled. Can you say which types you tackle here ?
Annie Shebanow
26:57
School giving heads up always help instructors.
Travis
27:27
From the design perspective I do not have much experience other than adding captioning, but as an undergraduate student I had to get accessibility for in-person courses. Online courses helped me overcome many of the obstacles.
khadiia
27:29
my son has severe autism and non verbal. He is learning to use a mini ipad strapped tto tell us what he wants.
khadiia
27:55
I am highly interested in this subject in general
khadiia
28:14
working on a startup for the cognitively impaired
khadiia
28:21
inlcusion is a big topic
Travis
28:24
There is selection bias here; you are getting people here that are interested in this!
Annie Shebanow
35:24
Do you think the high % is due to veterans going back to school?
Annie Shebanow
01:05:04
Thank you. What is your dissertation research topic?
khadiia
01:05:46
what is accessibility check you mentioned ? I did not get it
Travis
01:05:49
Will this captioning tool be shared?
Travis
01:06:36
Whatever I'm seeing right now, yes
khadiia
01:06:45
can you share some tools to create podcasts from PDF?
khadiia
01:06:59
using AI reading capabilities
Travis
01:07:26
Ok great. I've been using Zoom's post-processed CC, but nothing real time.
khadiia
01:07:29
text to voice
Travis
01:07:58
Khadiia: TTS is useful; personally I use Balabolka for reading difficulties.
khadiia
01:08:31
Thanks Travis. Will check it out
khadiia
01:09:04
you were great
khadiia
01:09:26
fast
Travis
01:11:34
Thank you so much!
Annie Shebanow
01:11:34
Thank you.