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The resources on this page provide steps to help you spot inaccessible documents, create accessible documents, scan documents, and repair inaccessible documents. Make sure to review our Resources for Creating Accessible Multimedia for the best tools to use as well as the Best Practices for Writing Closed Captions.
See the Video Tutorials to learn how create and upload multimedia in a variety of platforms.
Our Multimedia Resources guide provides Open Educational Resources for multimedia. Note some OER may not be fully accessible therefore we recommend vetting all material using the Accessible Content Checklists.
To Learn more Join us for a Video, Audio, & Accessibility Workshop. Our schedule can be found on our Events & Workshops area.
Otter Voice Meeting Notes is an application that will record and automatically transcribe oral content with a 90% accuracy. Otter is also intuitive, meaning it will learn to recognize your voice and tag you in the transcript automatically. This guide will introduce the basic functions of Otter.ai and detail instructions on how to use the program from a computer (the mobile app has some but not all of the features).
Disclaimer: Otter.ai has a basic version and an upgraded version. The basic version is free and has limited features. The upgraded version is subscription based, but education professionals get 50% off the price. This guide will only cover the features included in the basic package.
This guide will show you how to create captions to make your videos accessible with the help of Amara.org.
These documents below provide distributable content that covers the above guides as well as additional Presentation Accessibility Content.