Back-to-School Series: OTAN Video Presentations and YouTube Videos
This is the fifth and final in a series of news items that will provide information about essential features of OTAN for you to know as you and your colleagues begin the new school year.
OTAN has long utilized video to provide information and training, as well as highlight important activities in adult education. Moving forward, we hope to provide even more timely information for the field through video posted in two locations: in the Video Presentations section of our website and on our YouTube channel.
The videos that are organized in the Video Presentations section of our website are fully remediated for accessibility, which means that each video has a searchable transcript, downloadable transcript files, and a file optimized for a screen reader. Make sure to scroll down the entire page to locate these features. These videos will also be listed on our YouTube channel; however, our YouTube videos are not fully remediated.
We have organized our videos into playlists that mirror each other in the Video Presentations section and the YouTube channel. Current playlists include Teaching and Working Online, Equity and Inclusion, Using Video, Digital Tools, Devices, and more! You can also watch recordings of our monthly OTAN Tech Talks, videos from our annual Technology and Distance Learning Symposium (or TDLS), and reports from our Digital Leadership Academy (or DLAC) teams.
Please consider subscribing to our YouTube channel to receive notifications when the latest OTAN videos become available. You can connect to our channel (and all our social media sites) from the OTAN website. Click on the Stay Connected menu at the top of the OTAN website and select Social Media or look for the social media icons in the footer of the homepage.
Stay connected to OTAN! We will also let you know about new video content via Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn. We look forward to providing you with exciting edtech content throughout the school year!