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Example of an Accessible Video

Please watch our 56 second video entitled "Elevators and Accessibility."

Elevators and Accessibility Transcript

PRESENTER 1: All right. Since we're standing here in front of the elevator, let's talk about accessibility.

PRESENTER 2: Those buttons have Braille notation on them.

PRESENTER 1: And the bell rings as each floor's number lights up.

PRESENTER 2: And the door is really wide, well, usually it is.

PRESENTER 1: Elevators are pretty accessible and that's because accessibility is important for everyone whether they recognize it or not.

PRESENTER 3: Maybe you wear glasses to improve your vision or maybe you use left-handed scissors.

PRESENTER 2: Or maybe that bum knee makes you walk up the ramp instead of the stairs.

PRESENTER 1: Or maybe you're colorblind and rely on the arrangement of the lights rather than the colors.

PRESENTER 3: Whatever your particular need, the web, like a good elevator, should be something you could navigate with ease.

PRESENTER 1: We're here to offer insight into the most common issues faced by web users.

PRESENTER 2: We want to make accessible content for all.

PRESENTER 3: If you care about your content reaching all learners, you must care about accessibility.