The Described and Captioned Media Program

About
Roles
Key Personnel
Links

About

The Described and Captioned Media Program (DCMP) is the premier national clearing house for distribution and promotion of accessible educational video, administered by the National Association of the Deaf and funded by the U.S. Department of Education.

Roles

In collaboration with the DCMP, the VDRDC will organize and conduct a series of four webinars for teachers and educators. These accessible, interactive Internet programs will give teachers and educators throughout the country the opportunity to learn from and interact with VDRDC scientists and DLN Partners.  The webinars will convey how innovative technologies could be used in the classroom to provide improved access to web-based video materials for blind and visually-impaired students.

Key Personnel

Image of Bill Stark
Bill Stark will collaborate with the VDRDC by overseeing and assisting with outreach and information dissemination to teachers and educators about the Center’s work on description of web-based video content. Since 1991, Mr. Stark has been the Director of Captioned Films/Videos Program (CFV), Captioned Media Program (CMP), and Described and Captioned Media Program (DCMP), under the organizational auspices of the National Association of the Deaf.

Links

website:  www.dcmp.org
email Bill Stark:  bstark@dcmp.org

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