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I Won An Award From The National Association Of The Deaf (American Sign Language Vlog)

I Won An Award From The National Association Of The Deaf (American Sign Language Vlog)

[marker writing] [Pokemon game sound] Hello there. My cat, Zane, is down here. You may have seen him in some old videos. He’s just lying here staring at me. Anyway, that’s not the point of this video. I have some Read more…


Gesture-Based Audio Accessibility Layer for Exhibits

Gesture-Based Audio Accessibility Layer for Exhibits

Ideum has expanded audio accessibility software for our multi-touch tables and touch walls. Gesture based audio narration to explore exhibit content. Male Voice:You have activated the audio accessibility layer these are a collection of resource story helping fish flourish 2 Read more…


When To Use An Interpreter (American Sign Language) | Get To The Poynt #4

When To Use An Interpreter (American Sign Language) | Get To The Poynt #4

[music] Hello! Welcome to… I don’t know how to sign this series name. Someone help me with a sign name, please. Anyway, we’ll just spell it. “Get To The Poynt!” Yeah, we need a sign name for this. Anyway, you Read more…


How Learning ASL Improved my Alt Text

How Learning ASL Improved my Alt Text

>>All right. Say the word when we have gone.>>Okay.>>Hello, everyone! Hey. Welcome to a11ynyc, New York City’s one and only accessible meetup. This is our third year going. In fact, I think it’s our third anniversary.>>It is!>>Thank you! (applause)>>And so Read more…


Web Accessibility 101: Screen Reader Language Support

Web Accessibility 101: Screen Reader Language Support

>>[ JAWS screen reader voice ] To demonstrate automatic language detection, we start in English and write: “My computer speaks English.” Then we write the same sentence in French, Mon ordinateur parle francais and then in Spanish, Mi computadora habla Read more…


Jillian Keiley leads a discussion about the play Silence by Trina Davies

JIllian: Thanks for coming to Points of View for Silence. My name is Jillian Keiley I’m the Artistic Director of English Theatre here at Canada’s National Art Centre. Its is my great pleasure to welcome you to the Talk Back Read more…


Being Mainstreamed As A Deaf Child ft. Jessica Flores (American Sign Language Vlog)

Being Mainstreamed As A Deaf Child ft. Jessica Flores (American Sign Language Vlog)

[pencil writing] [Pokemon game sound] RIKKI: Hello! Who is this? JESSICA: I’m Jessica Flores. RIKKI: We’re collaborating. We’re discussing deaf stuff, really. We’re discussing growing up mainstream, our experiences, if it helped us later in our lives, or if it Read more…


Do I Use Sign Language Interpreters Or Captions? (American Sign Language Vlog)

Do I Use Sign Language Interpreters Or Captions? (American Sign Language Vlog)

[pencil writing] [Pokemon game sound] Hello. Today, we’ll be talking about when I use interpreters and when I use captions. When I’m on a panel at a YouTube event, I need some form of accessibility. Most events that I go Read more…


International Week of the Deaf 2019

Hello Everyone! The World Federation of the Deaf initiated and gave us The International Week of Deaf celebrations. This was first initiated in 1958 in Rome, Italy. Deaf Associations across the globe celebrate the International Week of the Deaf (IWD) Read more…


Hush Movie Clip 1 – Netflix descriptive video, sign language, and subtitles

[Sarah signs as she speaks.]