Our accessible documentaries are available in the USA

We have some good news. DCMP (The Described and Captioned Media Program), has uploaded some of our documentaries to their website.

The DCMP is an idea that works thanks to funding from the U.S. Department of Education and administration from the National Association of the Deaf.

The mission of the U.S. Department of Education is to ensure equal access to education and promote educational excellence throughout the country. The U.S. Department of Education funds the DCMP through the Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP), which is part of the Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services (OSERS).

As a measure to make home schooling easier in these days of confinement by COVID-19, they have opened access to many of the documentaries they have described and subtitled as a business.

In this way, many educators and parents of functionally diverse American students can use these documentaries for home schooling simply by registering as DCMP users.

“Termites. The Secret Queens of the Woodlands”, “Life from Light” and the “Hidden Biodiversity” series are now available, with audio description and captions, to many young people in the USA.

For those of you interested in these documentaries, you can watch the “Termites. The Secret Queens of the Woodlands” on our YouTube channel and “Life from Light” on Ruben Duro’s Vimeo channel.

If anyone is interested in the subtitled or audio version described in any of the documentaries, please send an email to: contact@scienceintoimages.com asking for them or with your questions.

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