Captioning and/or C-Print is a computer-aided speech-to-print transcription system developed at the National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID) by researchers eager to improve the classroom experience for students in mainstream educational environments.
Captioning transfers the spoken word to a computer screen in real-time. A captionist will type in the lecture and/or comments onto a laptop using C-Print software and a licensed shorthand captionist. The typed text instantly appears on a paired laptop or projection screen. Captionist must have strong written English skills, type at least 60wpm, are proficient with Microsoft or MAC OS, patience, friendly and are detailed oriented.
The client can add their own notes and communicate with the captionist via a chat pane. Captioning is cost effective and more readily available than stenography, and meets ADA requirements for providing equal access to public services.
Captioning serves visually impaired, Hard-of-Hearing and Deaf individuals with good English skills. Clients enjoy the benefits of instant access to the spoken word and a professional, permanent transcript of the session.
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