Difference between revisions of "Funding Options and Prioritization Plan"

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==Funding Options==  
 
==Funding Options==  
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*Make a case to Outsource (compare in-house vs. outsourcing costs, turnaround time, etc.)
 
*Line Item on Department Budget (at beginning of fiscal year)
 
*Line Item on Department Budget (at beginning of fiscal year)
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*Database of Accessible Online Media (Campus Accessible Media Library)
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*Fellows Program Stipend
 
*Utilize Existing Accessible Online Media (Netflix, Films on Demand, Galileo, Ted Talks, etc.)
 
*Utilize Existing Accessible Online Media (Netflix, Films on Demand, Galileo, Ted Talks, etc.)
*Campus Accessible Media Library (avoid paying multiple times for same video to be captioned)
 
*Online Teaching Faculty (stipends used for captioning costs)
 
 
*[http://www.3playmedia.com/2014/08/21/sources-grants-funding-closed-captioning-online-video/ Sources of Grants and Funding for Closed Captioning of Online Video, 3Play Media]
 
*[http://www.3playmedia.com/2014/08/21/sources-grants-funding-closed-captioning-online-video/ Sources of Grants and Funding for Closed Captioning of Online Video, 3Play Media]
*Line Item on Grant Proposals (allow grant to absorb cost of meeting accessibility requirements instead of department or university)
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*Line Item on Grant-funded Projects
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*Require Vendor to Provide Captioned Video for Tutorials, Learning Modules, Training Videos, etc.
 
*Procurement Bids to Secure Best Rate (requires coordinated effort on campus or within a university system)
 
*Procurement Bids to Secure Best Rate (requires coordinated effort on campus or within a university system)
 
*Purchase (or Utilize) Already Captioned Video
 
*Purchase (or Utilize) Already Captioned Video
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**Ted Talks
 
**Ted Talks
 
**Search: YouTube and Vimeo for CC icon, ''check Closed Captions for accuracy before using in-class''
 
**Search: YouTube and Vimeo for CC icon, ''check Closed Captions for accuracy before using in-class''
*Require Vendor to Provide Captioned Video for Tutorials, Learning Modules, Training Videos, etc.
 
  
 
==Prioritization Plan==
 
==Prioritization Plan==

Revision as of 08:23, 16 May 2017

Accessibility Requirements for Web-Based Video

  • Closed Captions
  • Text Transcript (accessible text document of the spoken word)
  • Descriptive Video (accessible text document describing the key visual elements need for comprehension of video content)
  • Accessible Media Player

Funding Options

  • Make a case to Outsource (compare in-house vs. outsourcing costs, turnaround time, etc.)
  • Line Item on Department Budget (at beginning of fiscal year)
  • Database of Accessible Online Media (Campus Accessible Media Library)
  • Fellows Program Stipend
  • Utilize Existing Accessible Online Media (Netflix, Films on Demand, Galileo, Ted Talks, etc.)
  • Sources of Grants and Funding for Closed Captioning of Online Video, 3Play Media
  • Line Item on Grant-funded Projects
  • Require Vendor to Provide Captioned Video for Tutorials, Learning Modules, Training Videos, etc.
  • Procurement Bids to Secure Best Rate (requires coordinated effort on campus or within a university system)
  • Purchase (or Utilize) Already Captioned Video
    • Films on Demand (Descriptive Video and Closed Captioning)
    • GALILEO
    • Netflix (Audio Descriptions and Closed Captioning)
    • Ted Talks
    • Search: YouTube and Vimeo for CC icon, check Closed Captions for accuracy before using in-class

Prioritization Plan

  • Need
    • Accommodation request
    • Required by individuals with disabilities
    • Mission critical
  • Content
    • Has the video already been captioned by your unit or another group?
    • Is video the best format for delivering this content?
    • Is the video quality worth the time and expense?
    • Is video in high demand or have a limited audience?
  • Access Statistics
    • Production date
    • Date of last access
    • Most recently accessed
    • Most frequently accessed
    • Lifespan of video