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Computer created closed captions are coming to C… errr… Kaltura

By Philip Betts,

From Thursday 10th September, all media uploaded to Kaltura will receive automatic captions.

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How to communicate clearly while wearing a face mask

By Christopher Girdler,

Face masks are now commonly being worn as protection from COVID-19. How can we overcome them stifling clear communication in the classroom?

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We’re looking for current UTS students to become Digital Accessibility Ambassadors

By LX Team,

The LX.lab is looking for current UTS students with lived experience of disability to become Digital Accessibility Ambassadors.

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Inclusive language in relation to accessibility

By LX Team,

How to create a sense of empowerment, pride, identity, purpose and dignity through language.

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4 principles for online accessibility

By Shakuntla Singh,

Some important aspects of online accessibility to pay attention to when creating subject sites.

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3 surprising ways that captioning improves learning for all of your students

By Matthew Vella,

Find out how captioning makes video content better for all users.

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Using H5P to Flip the Classroom

By Jorge Reyna,

Why should you consider using H5P? Jorge Reyna outlines the ways in which it can be used to flip learning and engage students.

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Accessibility reminders and updates for online learning

By LX Team,

Information on how student disability access requirements are supported within the online learning environment and where to get more information and assistance.

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How to make your subject more accessible

By Intan Endah-Bonsu,

At UTS we pride ourselves in setting a high standard for inclusivity so that students are provided with the best access to education as possible. In this post, I will go through how you can use the in-built features of Canvas to easily make your subject content more accessible...

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Universal Design for Learning: what’s behind the practice?

By David Yeats,

Diversity of how students learn and the ‘creation of possible futures’.

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