Attendees of the CESI 2012 conference last February, will recall the live captions that were requested by Sound Advice’s Caroline Carswell, to facilitate her access to the sessions – and to give a live demo in her own presentation. Live Captions Retained A Full Day At CESI 2012 The CESI organisers arranged these live captions
Sound Advice presented on classroom captions at CESI 2012 February 24-25, with the theme of TEACHnology: merging teaching and technology. Miriam Walsh very kindly co-presented on captioning videos for education, as an intern with Sound Advice. See The Presentations Miriam Walsh’s slides (she became an Apple Educator!) Saturday’s session (February 25) was web-cast via seewritenow.ie.
“Communication technologies [for] people who are deaf and hard-of-hearing are just as much for the general hearing public… in that they foster communication between both groups.” ** Think of SMS texting on mobile phones, web-chat (via text, video or voice), and Facebook or Twitter posts as everyday solutions for universal access. Real-time captioning (CART) and
At IDK’s tech and education event in Dublin on October 10th 2011, a few tech solutions were profiled for their role in facilitating children with hearing issues to listen, communicate and learn in mainstream environments. Classroom Technology As A Leveler A key point: technology needs integrating into an environment, to benefit everyone present – not just