Lights, Camera, Accessibility! Applications in Video Design

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Irene Bal


The focus of this lesson is the authentic application of accessibility for a video through an asynchronous discussion forum. Set in an online, graduate, education multimedia design course, students design an instructional video over multiple weeks, applying course content to their video, demonstrating their application, and receiving formative feedback through discussion forums. This article details one discussion forum, occurring over one asynchronous week, used as a formative assessment to support students in applying accessibility guidelines (WCAG 2.1 and Section 508) and best practices for accessible multimedia design.


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Bal, I. (2023). Lights, Camera, Accessibility! Applications in Video Design. Journal of Technology-Integrated Lessons and Teaching, 2(1), 27–38.