Step 4: Teaching for All

Learn how the tools you're already using to teach your course and record your lectures can be made accessible for learners of different needs. Engage with your students in discussions and interactions that are as accommodating as they are inspiring.

I'm just getting started with Teaching for All

Guide to closed-captioning

  • Why closed-captioned videos are needed
  • Faculty communication and closed-caption requests
  • Resources for closed-captioned videos

Kaltura Quick Start Guide (PDF)

  • Uploading a video
  • Accessing your videos
  • Adding Kaltura videos to your Blackboard course

I'm already familiar with Teaching for All

Adding captions and transcripts to videos with Kaltura REACH

  • Automatic machine-generated captions (requires review)
  • Effective for helping to meet ADA compliance for videos
  • Tips for making videos more accessible
  • Providing captioning accommodations for students with the help of Student Accessibility Services (SAS)

Create automatic video transcripts with Zoom

  • How to enable automatic audio transcription
  • Viewing and editing transcripts
  • Display transcript text within a video
  • Searching through text within a transcript

Present with real-time, automatic captions or subtitles in PowerPoint

  • How to set up captions and subtitles
  • Turning the feature on or off while presenting

Finding usable media for online courses

  • Kent State University Resources
  • Assorted Media
  • Creative Commons
  • Podcasts
  • Videos