Educational videos are becoming an increasingly popular medium for transferring knowledge at universities. To ensure that all students have adequate access to the teaching content, the videos need to be provided in a manner that is barrier-free and accessible to all. Based on a careful planning process including the participation of affected persons, the following four components of accessibility are to be realized: audio description, translation into German Sign Language (DGS), captions and transcription. What exactly has to be considered and how are the different components implemented? In this compendium, the team of the project “Learning to Read Data for All (DaLeLe4All)” bundles gathered insights for producing barrier-free and accessible videos with a focus on advice from practical experience. In particular, it covers the process of auditory and visual planning of the contents as well as the coordination and implementation of the individual components.
Publication Type: Documentation
Publication Category: Varia
Language: GermanLeitfaden_barrierefreie Videos.pdf