I teach face-to-face, but I do use online videos to "flip the classroom."
When I needed captioning for a student that was hearing impaired, our
Office of Accessibility Services (formerly, the Offices of Disability
Services) created the captions for the video lectures. I haven't had to do
On Mon, Jun 17, 2019 at 8:16 PM Yan Ma <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Dear Colleagues,
> I have two questions for your input:
> 1. Do you provide videos for your *online* cataloging course? (For example,
> videos on "How to create a MARC record in OCLC?" "How to use RDA?" etc.
> 2. If you do, how do you deal with the video captioning for each video?
> Students can ask for video captioning transcription at anytime.
> Thank you,
> Dr. Yan Ma, Ph.D.
> Professor of Graduate School of Library & Information Studies
> Harrington School of Communications and Media
> University of Rhode Island
> 94 West Alumni Ave.
> Kingston, RI 02881 USA
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