All About DCMP's Learning Center and E-learning
DCMP's Learning Center provides information, guidelines, parent and educator resources, and eLearning resources pertaining to DCMP and accessibility in educational media.
Use the Search bar to enter keywords for the subject you're interested in, regardless of the topic; captioning, blindness, help, etc.
When you're reading a post in the Learning Center, you can find tags following each post. Click a tag to find more posts that have the same tag.
To share any post on your social media account, click the social media icon at the end of each post.
DCMP's Help Center provides details and instructions for all things DCMP, including a FAQ page.
In addition to the Educator Guides that accompany many videos in DCMP's Media Center, in our Learning Center you'll find many educator resources helping you find the right videos for the a class, topic, holiday, event, etc.
DCMP's eLearning Resource page includes resources for teachers; professional and amateur captioners and describers; students in transition and their teachers; and ASL interpreters.
DCMP offers a variety of free, online training modules developed by pepnet 2 on various topics. These online modules are self-paced and available 24/7.
Webinars feature top professionals in the field of accessible media.
- VDRDC Webinar 1 - Bringing Video Description into the 21st Century
- VDRDC Webinar 2 - Do It Yourself Educational Description
- VDRDC Webinar 2 - Do It Yourself Educational Description (Spanish)
- VDRDC Webinar 3 - YouDescribe – How You Can Add Audio Description to Any YouTube Video!
- VDRDC Webinar 4 - Going Pro: Using YouDescribe in the Classroom and Beyond
QuickClasses are asynchronous, online classes for professionals working with students who are deaf, hard of hearing, blind, low-vision, or deaf-blind.
Classes are sponsored by the Described and Captioned Media Program, are free of charge, and fully accessible.
DCMP has Workshops available for CEU credit.