Captioning Educational Videos
Posted by Tanya English at 3:06 pm
Captioning of educational materials is crucial for students with hearing loss. Despite the requirements that students with disabilities be provided equal access to education, the majority of video content shown in classrooms in America is shown without captioning.
What many don’t realize is that all students benefit from captioned material. Literacy rates improve with captioning.
Essential for Learning is a very good informational video that was produced and captioned by Media Access Australia. Check it out. No matter where you live, captioning improves comprehension, provides access and increases literacy of students.
Here are a few articles and studies on improving literacy with captioning:
To learn more about pricing and captioning for educational videos or other content, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact another reputable captioning company.
About the Author
Tanya Ward English is a founder and the technology officer of Transendia and its parent, Realtime Transcription, Inc. She is a realtime captioner with a history of advocacy for persons with hearing loss.