Please read below for a great opportunity to learn more about intellectual Property and Copyright WHERE: Room 242, Education Building WHEN: Wednesday, December 5 12:00 – 1:00 PM PRESENTERS: Yzzer Roman, MBA Candidate An MBA candidate with an undergraduate degree in mechanical engineering, Yzzer worked for over 7 years in building design industry prior to [...]
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Seminar – Intellectual Property (IP) and Copyright – sponsored by the Bureau of Educational Research and the Office of Technology Management
Come and hear Kevin Smith from Duke University in two presentation on digital copyright. This event is by the Office of the CIO and the Library. Additional Information from eLearning@Illinois Blog Morning Talk: Copyright Issues in Teaching and Learning: the Digital Difference. Friday Feb 10th, 10am – 12 noon Venue: 3405 Siebel Afternoon Talk: Current [...]
Excellent overview of what “description” is and what it provides to blind of visually impaired viewers. http://www.dcmp.org/equalaccess/d.html Standards for description from the Described and Captioned Media Program: http://www.dcmp.org/descriptionkey/
Link to the homepage of the Illinois Information Technology Accessibility Act (IITAA). As content creators we must follow. Get active and join the CME working groups. Come to our monthly meetings to find out more. See the EVENTS page for more details.
Audio Description: The Visual Made Verbal – ON-LINE! And FREE! Note: While this option should not be construed as a substitute for a face-to-face training, it may be helpful for some people. Audio Description is a literary art form. It’s a type of poetry-a haiku. It provides a verbal version of the visual-the visual is [...]