@lauraritchie Thanks! I think it would be great if conferences not only provided mics but also had some kind of info for presenters that talked about why it’s good for people to use them when rooms are large-ish. It’s just socially awkward to have to interrupt someone by raising your hand in the middle of a talk to ask if they can speak more loudly. And no one wants to do that more than once in case the projection level goes back down again!
Grateful to those at the conference I'm attending who use the microphone instead of asking those of us with hearing difficulties to raise our hands if we can't hear. (& then half the time people speak up for a short period & then speak quietly again).
A gentle reminder that it's really not about whether one likes using the mic, or thinks one is loud enough w/o it, but rather about how one sounds to others, & there are lots of folks w/different levels of hearing out here!
For the afternoon / evening / tomorrow morning crowd:
“A Model for WordPress Accessibility” http://adrianroselli.com/2019/05/a-model-for-wordpress-accessibility.html
A set of ideas based on my experience and lessons learned from Gutenberg.
Recommended software for DIY video from #CNIE2019: Open Broadcaster Software (OBS). Free and fast but can't edit. Also Davinci Resolve: free version has 90% of functionality of paid. See more: https://nursekillam.com/video/recommended-software/
@firstname.lastname@example.org there are 150+ articles in the #EthicalEdTech zotero group
folks are welcome to use or add!
@gemlog That sounds very useful! But I can’t get that link to work on my phone for some reason.
Now learning more about Mukurtu CMS: built with needs of Indigenous communities in mind as part of digital preservation system. Grew out of need to manage protocols for who should have access to content and when. http://www.mukurtuarchive.org/
Includes traditional knowledge labels, which are ways of clearly labeling how certain items can be seen and used and by whom. Part of Local Contexts initiative http://localcontexts.org
Here's a reason to go open-source: https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/a3xk3p/adobe-tells-users-they-can-get-sued-for-using-old-versions-of-photoshop
Need help negotiating #OpenAccess publishing rights (or simply retaining your authorial rights) for your article? CARL just released an update of its Canadian Author Addendum to Publication Agreement along with two guides on using it. http://www.carl-abrc.ca/news/updated-canadian-author-addendum-and-author-rights-guide/
Tonight there is a plenary with Leanne Betasamosake Simpson, which I’m also excited about. Have read Dancing on Our Turtle’s Back and plan to read more of her work. https://www.leannesimpson.ca/book/dancing-on-our-turtles-back #HASTAC2019
All the plenary talks are by amazing Indigenous women! Just heard Alana Sayers speak about the really difficult time she had getting English department at her uni yo accept a reading list (for comps maybe?) with almost all Indigenous authors. There weren’t enough “experts”. She fought & won, though.
@jhlee Yeah, it’s unfortunate. I’m used to it because I’ve experienced it for over 20 years but still...I thought we’d have moved past it by now.
@Cyborgneticz Way more fun indeed! For you and the listeners.
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