The following is some great information shared out by Michigan Colleges Online: Accessibility Rules Updated: A long-awaited update to a federal rule ups the pressure on colleges and universities to ensure that their information and communication technology services are accessible to students with disabilities, experts say. The federal government last month finished work on updating section… Continue Reading What’s New with Accessibility
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We would like to showcase Tom Gordon this month. Tom used the light board to create a video to share his great idea. To see all the great ideas on the Sharing Showcase
Accessible content doesn’t just benefit those with disabilities. For example, in the case of web video, captioned content benefits ESL students and those who prefer to learn by both reading and hearing new terminology. In a sound-sensitive environment like a library, captioned video can be watched without disturbing those nearby. Essentially, content is most useful… Continue Reading Universal Design
There is a new feature in Ensemble that allows you to quickly create your own thumbnail image for your video. This is the image that shows when you see the video in your library or pull it up to preview or play it. No more thumbnails of you caught with a funny face! Here’s how… Continue Reading Ensemble: Create a Custom Thumbnail Image
Do you use your Ruler bars in Word? Did you know they can be an easy way to adjust formatting? To make the rulers visible, click View, then select Ruler. You will see a ruler at the top and to the left side of your page. From these rulers you can adjust margins, indents, and… Continue Reading Do You Rule?