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Fast Facts: Offline Captioning: Why Captions Provide Equal Access

Captions provide essential access for the more than 30 million Americans with a hearing loss.They also benefit emerging readers, visual learners, non-native speakers, and many others. Captions are the textual representation of audio content in a video format. They communicate spoken dialogue, sound effects, and speaker identification.

Fast Facts: Offline Captioning: Why Captions Provide Equal Access

Fast Facts: Offline Captioning: Creating Captioning

Captioning, a textual representation of the audio, is an important accessibility tool for people who are deaf or hard of hearing, as well as a benefit and learning tool for others. With so many avenues to obtain or create captioned media, ensuring that instructional materials are accessible is definitely achievable.

Fast Facts: Offline Captioning: Creating Captioning

Uncaptioned videoclips

What responsibility does a school have for getting uncaptioned video clips captioned?

Uncaptioned videoclips

Copyright laws for internet media

How do the copyright laws apply to video clips found on the internet, such as YouTube?

Copyright laws for internet media

Fair Use Law

Doesn't the Fair Use Law allow educational institutions to make multimedia content accessible by adding captions?

Fair Use Law