How to Create Transcripts and Closed Captions for Your Online Content

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Universal Design for Learning guidelines suggest that institutions provide a text alternative to videos, podcasts, and other media that use sound. This has traditionally been a laborious process of transcribing content manually after a recording is made. Although some faculty instead script their audio ahead of time, this usually leads to a robotic tone that sounds scripted.

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