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Fast Facts: Effective Communication

Effective communication affords individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing the ability to share and/or receive information in a manner that is successful for them.

Fast Facts: Effective Communication

Fast Facts: Speech-to-Text Services: Hiring Qualified Providers

Use this Fast Fact as a quick reference for basic information about hiring qualified real-time captionists in educational settings.

Fast Facts: Speech-to-Text Services: Hiring Qualified Providers

Speech to Text Services: An Overview of Real-Time Captioning

Use this online video as a reference for administrators, service providers, staff, students and parents to better understand various speech-to-text options available in postsecondary settings.

Speech to Text Services: An Overview of Real-Time Captioning

Fast Facts: Speech-to-Text Services: Remote Speech-to-Text Services

Use this Fast Fact as a quick reference to learn more about the advantages and challenges of remote real-time captioning.

Fast Facts: Speech-to-Text Services: Remote Speech-to-Text Services

Fast Facts: Speech-to-Text Services: An Overview of Real-Time Captioning

Use this Fast Fact as a quick reference for basic information about real-time captioning and its use in educational settings.

Fast Facts: Speech-to-Text Services: An Overview of Real-Time Captioning

PEPNet Tipsheet: CART: Communication Access Realtime Translation

Use this tipsheet as a quick reference about Communication Access Realtime Translation (CART).

CART: Communication Access Realtime Translation

National Task Force on Quality Services in the Postsecondary Education of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students: Report on Real-Time Speech-to-Text Services

Archived information about issues and practices identified in the mid-1990s related to speech-to-text services.

National Task Force on Quality Services in the Postsecondary Education of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students: Report on Real-Time Speech-to-Text Services

Different speech-to-text services

What is speech- to- text? What is the difference between CART, C-Print, and TypeWell?

What is the difference between CART, C-Print, and TypeWell?

Providing interpreting and speech-to-text simultaneously

Is it ever appropriate to have both Speech-to-Text Services and Interpreting in one class for one student?

Providing interpreting and speech-to-text simultaneously

A Guide to Speech-to-Text Services in the Postsecondary Environment

Use this handbook as a reference for administrators, service providers, staff, students and parents to better understand various speech-to-text options available in postsecondary settings.

A Guide to Speech-to-Text Services in the Postsecondary Environment