It’s time for the 2020 BADIE, or Benefits of Audio Description in Education, Contest. The contest welcomes young blind and visually impaired people to watch their favorite audio described videos or movies, write some reviews, and send them in to win big prizes. The ACB’s very own audio description project’s Joel Snyder and Susan Glass will talk about the contest.
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