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In-House Captioning Workflows and Economic Analysis

In this webinar, Korey Singleton, the Assistive Technology Initiative Manager at George Mason University, will walk you through in-house captioning workflows and timelines. In addition, he will provide a captioning cost analysis by fiscal year, demonstrating the economics of captioning as George Mason’s workflow has developed over the years.


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In-House Captioning Workflows and Economic Analysis

Most colleges and universities are required by law to provide closed captions for students who are deaf or hard of hearing. However, cost is often a considerable limiting factor when it comes to captioning, as not all schools have the budget to hire a captioning vendor. If you are facing this issue, in-house captioning might be a solution to consider.

In this webinar, Korey Singleton, the Assistive Technology Initiative Manager at George Mason University, will walk you through in-house captioning workflows and timelines. In addition, he will provide a captioning cost analysis by fiscal year, demonstrating the economics of captioning as George Mason’s workflow has developed over the years. Topics covered include:

  • Initiating an in-house captioning pilot program
  • Developing and evolving a captioning workflow
  • In-house captioning workflows for video platforms
  • A timeline of George Mason University’s captioning initiative
  • An economic analysis of in-house captioning over 3 years
  • A closer look at the cost of in-house captioning per minute of content

Presenters

Korey Singleton
Assistive Technology Initiative Manager | George Mason University

Lily Bond
Content Marketing Manager | 3Play Media

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