BEGIN:VCALENDAR PRODID:-//Dal News//Events Calendar//EN VERSION:2.0 CALSCALE:GREGORIAN BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20201028T090729Z DTSTART:20200812T140000Z DTEND:20200812T153000Z SUMMARY:DIY Captions in Panopto: From Beginner to Advanced DESCRIPTION:In order to make audio and video media more accessible\, including to students who are deaf or hard of hearing\, instructors may choose to add captions to their audio and video materials. In this one-hour workshop\, participants will learn how to add captions using Panopto\, Dalhousie’s approved and supported audio/video creation and streaming platform.\nIn the first part of the workshop\, workshop participants will see a short demonstration of (1) how to add automatic captions (machine-generated) to audio/videos created in or uploaded to Panopto and (2) how to edit those automatic captions in the Panopto interface in order to improve their accuracy. After each demonstration\, workshop participants will have the opportunity to practice with their own videos.\nThe second half of the workshop will be interactive demonstrations on advanced editing processes\, including:\n\nMaking edits directly to .srt caption files (may be easier when captioning longer audio/videos)\nCaptioning videos that have been edited in Panopto\nUploading and attaching caption files created outside of Panopto (such as with Microsoft Stream)\n\nAs the first part of this workshop is hands-on\, participants are expected to come to the session with an audio or video file already uploaded to Panopto. Instructions on how to do that are available at the following links:\n\nAccessing Panopto through Brightspace [0:46\, no audio]\nHow to Upload Audio or Video to Panopto [1:54\, CC]\nHow to Record Your Screen in Panopto [2:41\, CC]\nHow to Record a PowerPoint in Panopto [2:14\, CC]\n\nNote: We will be using Teams to host this online workshop\, as it allows for participants to use live captioning. There will be time for questions and answers throughout the workshop.\nPresenter​​​​s\nLes T. Johnson is an Educational Developer with the Centre for Learning and Teaching with a focus on eLearning. His scholarly interests include online teaching\, equity and accessibility\, and intersections of identity. He captions every video he creates.\nMichelle McDonald is a Learning Technologies Specialist with Academic Technology Services. She supports the use of Brightspace and other instructional technologies as a trainer. She is Dalhousie’s Panopto Administrator.\nMod​​erator\nTereigh Ewert is a Senior Educational Developer (Diversity and Inclusivity) with the Centre for Learning and Teaching. She collaborates with faculty and instructional staff to create inclusive relationships\, curricula\, content\, assessment\, activities\, and environments.\nRegi​​ster\n* Registration will close on August 11th at 5 p.m.\n\nContact Information: LOCATION:Online via Teams Live Events URL: UID: END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR