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Preparing and testing captions for the augmented contextual help supplementary instructional videos

Captions can help to provide an equivalent learning experience for viewers who may be hearing impaired, speak other languages or use assistive technology. Captions are also valuable in a teaching and learning context where it may be impractical for learners to wear headphones or play video at high volume in an group training environment such as workshop, classroom or laboratory.

This screen capture shows the tools and process I used to prepare and test captions for my augmented contextual help supplementary instructional videos.

Soundbooth, TextEdit and Movist are the tools I used to create captions.

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