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Videos are an effective tool in and out of the classroom, but making sure they're accessible for people with impaired vision or hearing requires extra steps during the creation of the video. This was covered in Module 3. The University of Washington also has a helpful guide: Creating Accessible Videos

Module 3 gives some great tips for making filming and creating accessible videos easier:

  • Use a script! It will improve your video quality and make adding captions easier.
  • Create short videos (less than five minutes). Segment larger videos into five-minute sections or chapters.
  • Keep the visual background clear of distractions and avoid distracting background noise.

For more tips, visit Module 3.