About Us - The UniDescription Project

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The UniDescription Project's Website

www.unidescription.org
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Researching the 3Ds of Audio Description:

We study descriptions, description tools, and Descriptathons – not necessarily in that order

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What can the UniD project do for you?

Are you interested in making the world a more-accessible place? The UniDescription Project is a grant-funded research initiative based at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. Our research team is led by Dr. Brett Oppegaard, a faculty member in the College of Social Sciences, who has been collaborating with colleagues in the UH Center on Disability Studies (and elsewhere). We primarily study Audio Description, which involves translating visual media into audible media. Our big-picture goal is simple and straightforward (and exceptionally ambitious, of course, but why not try to do something impactful, like):

Audio Describe the World!

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Accessibility Standards

https://unidescription.org/accessibility-standards

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Privacy Policy

https://unidescription.org/privacy-policy

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Terms, Conditions, License

https://unidescription.org/license

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Research Consent

https://unidescription.org/research-consent

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Media-Use Consent

https://unidescription.org/media-use-consent

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About Us

"Thoughtful, Committed Citizens"

These are the type of people, as described in nature by Margaret Mead, who make UniD what it is

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Benefactors

https://unidescription.org/about#funders

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Report a Tech Issue

Email link for Tech Support
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For More Information

Search online for "Unidescription" or directly visit the project's website at www.unidescription.org.

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