Descriptive Transcripts for Accessibility and More

Presenter: Julie Kay-Wallace
 Number of sessions: 1

Presenter: Julie Kay-Wallace
Length: 1 hour
Language: English
Level: Introductory
Type: Instructional
Member price: $42
Non-member price: $70

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With all the media available today, descriptive transcripts are more important than ever to make accessibility possible. Whether you’re recording an interview, working on a podcast, transcribing a recorded meeting, producing an accessible webinar, or posting videos on social media, descriptive transcriptions are a valuable resource to make your media available to everyone.

Transcripts are used in more ways than most people realize — and by many more people than you might expect! Descriptive transcripts provide many features that automated captions do not, and they can be required by accessibility law (even if they are often overlooked). Learn how, why, and where to use descriptive transcripts and make the most of your media!

Julie Kay-Wallace is an experienced freelance editor, who loves language in every form. Part of her love for language comes from a desire to communicate well — to everyone she can. Julie has worked on image alt-text, descriptive transcripts, and accessibility-compliant website code and continues to be committed to providing friendly and accessible communications to everyone she meets.