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ADA & Copyright

ADA & Copyright

ADA Compliance of Streaming Media

When producing or using audio, images, or video in your online classroom you will need to pay attention to the Americans with Disabilities Act for accessibility concerns. At minimum ALT tags, transcripts, and Captions are required depending on the media. Several links are available to help you understand ADA Compliance:

Tools for Creating Closed Captions

Copyright and Fair Use

I will not speak a lot about copyright and fair use laws because is not my expertise, but I do know you will need to consider this when using any work you did not create. I have listed a couple reliable sources your you to learn more about copyright and fair use.

Remember ADA compliance and Copyright issues are not just the right things to do, they are the law.

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Written by Dr. Sherri E. Ritter

June 8, 2015 at 9:00 am

Posted in Streaming Media

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