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Closed captions overview
Closed captions overview
Closed captions overview
Closed captions overview
Closed captions overview
Closed captions overview
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  • 1. By: Jennifer Spann
  • 2.  It’s the law CC supports the tenants of UDL CC helps the hearing impaired CC helps the ESL students CC helps students who are struggling readers
  • 3.  508 Law – Government agencies must make their media accessible to all people, blind and deaf ADA of 1990 – ensures individuals with disabilities are not excluded in the absence of auxiliary aids and services IDEA – ensures that all children that have disabilities have the right to receive a free appropriate public education
  • 4. Universal Design for Learning requires thatthere be multiples means of representation.Closed captions allow for both visual and audiorepresentation of the information being offeredin the video.
  • 5. CLOSED CAPTIONS SUBTITLES Can be turned off and on  Can be turned off and on Were created for deaf or  Usually intended for hard of hearing audience translation Usually have a black  Can have a black background background or be directly Captions include all sounds on the screen that are important to the  Assume that the audience video attached can hear sounds in the background
  • 6.  As the law states, deaf students should have accommodations in place for learning Closed captioning assists with the learning of speech as well as reading comprehension
  • 7.  Assists with language learning  Improves vocabulary  Increased fluency of the language  Improves listening comprehension Assists with literacy  Improves word Recognition  Improves reading comprehension
  • 8.  Reading captions motivates students Reading captions provides a positive experience for students Reading captions provides practice which struggling readers need Allows the struggling reader to both see the spelling of a word and hear it pronounced
  • 9. 1. Obtain the video and audio source2. Develop a transcript of the video3. Synchronize the script with the video4. Combine the script and video into one fileIf you are going to host your video for embedding5. Upload your video to a hosting site6. Make sure you video is open to the public
  • 10.  Software  MAGPie (Free) - http://ncam.wgbh.org/invent_build/web_multimedia/tools- guidelines/magpie  Jubler (Free and Open Source, Linux, Windows, Mac) - http://www.jubler.org/index.php  Subtitle Workshop (Free, Windows Only) - http://www.urusoft.net/products.php?amp;cat=sw&lang=1  CapScribe (free, Mac Only) - http://www.inclusivemedia.ca/launch/index.php?option=com_content&vie w=article&id=66&Itemid=40 Services  Video Caption Corporation – http://www.Vicaps.com  Closed Caption Maker - http://www.ccmaker.com  Custom Captions - http://customcaptions.com/  Closed Caption & Subtitling Software & Services - http://www.cpcweb.com/
  • 11.  Captioning uses UDL to reach many students through multiple means of engagement Captioning is important to many segments of our educational population The law requires closed captioning There are many methods of closed captioning both commercial and desktop
  • 12.  Closed Captioning: The Law (http://www.transcriptionstudio.com/pdfs/CLOSED% 20CAPTIONING%20THE%20LAW.pdf) Aberdeen Captioning (http://www.abercap.com/Closed%20Captions%20ES L%20and%20Literacy.html) Read Captions Across America (http://www.dcmp.org/caai/nadh154.pdf) Caption It Yourself (http://www.dcmp.org/ciy/) Examining Open and Closed Captioning for Multimedia and Online Instruction @ NC State (http://delta.ncsu.edu/docs/about/captioning.pdf)

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