Confused about speech-to-text services? We’ve Got You Covered.

Publication Date: May 7, 2021

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C-Print, TypeWell, CART, automatic speech recognition — What is the difference between these services, and when is it appropriate to use each? Speech-to-text services (STTS) each have subtle distinctions which can be confusing.

A new, redesigned speech-to-text services resource page from the National Deaf Center on Postsecondary Outcomes (NDC) will help you understand different types of STTS, learn when and why certain STTS should be used, and where to find qualified service providers.

Find Information, Resources, and More

The page contains a wealth of information, with easy-to-understand definitions and explanations that cover every aspect of STTS.

You will find:

The page has a sleek new look, with intuitive navigation, and breaks down the information in an understandable way.

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Need more information? NDC has hundreds of resources available on a variety of topics. Browse frequently asked questions from other stakeholders, or take a free, online course for professional development credits or just to learn more about deaf people.

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