Module 7: Video Workshop

7.9 Works Cited

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Lindsay, K. (2020, August 24). Caption tool controversy highlights YouTube’s inaccessibility, deaf creators say. 

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Wallbridge, R. (2016, June). Video making for all: A toolkit for making videos that include persons with disabilities [PDF]. CBM International Advocacy and Alliances.

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