What is Interact-AS? Captioning by a Computer!

Plan to join us for the next free webinar to discuss Interact-AS Speech-to-Text Captioning – September 20, 2PM CDT

For some students, having what the teacher says show up as text on a media device at their desk is just the accommodation they need to be able to keep pace. Plan to join us for the next free webinar to discuss Interact-AS Speech-to-Text Captioning – September 20, 2PM CDT.

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Our students need equal access to classroom communication. Hearing devices, including FM/DM systems, do not restore normal hearing ability. As students reach upper elementary and the secondary grades it is very hard to keep up with the pace of vocabulary learning due to reduced auditory access. Being able to read the captions within 1-2 seconds of the teacher’s utterance can provide an important edge for keeping pace in the classroom.

Read – Classroom Captioning: Interact-AS is Making a Difference in Listening

Overview Video – A day in the life of a student