Captioned media is the process of converting audio content to text that is displayed on a video. Captions not only create access for deaf individuals but also benefit emerging readers, ESL/ELL students, students with learning disabilities, individuals with ADD/ADHD, and many more. This guide will share more information on how to provide captioned media that meets quality standards.
- Why Captions Provide Equal Access
- Creating Offline Captions
- Equitable Access Guide: Understanding Legal Responsibilities for Institutions
- The Significance of Harvard’s Settlement on Video Accessibility
- Auto Captions and Deaf Students: Why Automatic Speech Recognition Technology Is Not the Answer (Yet)
- Proactive Planning
- Where can I find captioned media?
- Should instructors be responsible for captioning their own videos and recorded lectures?
- How can I create transcripts for captioning media from auto-captions?
- When do I need to make sure videos are captioned for deaf students?
- If auto-captions are available on a video, does it need to be re-captioned to quality standards?
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