Transition to Online Learning – Captioning Video Lectures

The transition to distance learning will result in an overwhelming amount of videos faculty may use for their online lectures. Many professors have expressed concerns on how they would caption their videos for their deaf/hard-of-hearing students. Captioning can be a long process; for example, a 5 minute video can take up to 30 minutes to manually caption, making it difficult to caption/transcribe video content.

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Notice from CATS and MAP

Starting March 17, 2020, CATS & MAP will be providing via email, phone and other online modalities.

If you have questions or need assistance, please call the office at (718) 281-5014, or email Shivan Mahabir shmahabir@qcc.cuny.edu.

MAP Accessibility Resources

MAP has created how-to guides and training videos on digital accessibility to assist faculty and staff in the transition to online learning. Head over to the MAP Accessibility Resources page for more information on maximizing access. Don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel for future training videos.

Fusion 2020 now available to CUNY

The new Fusion, JAWS, ZoomText 2020 packages are officially available for the CATS lab package! Any campus that is ready to install the new version can grab a copy linked in the AT Software Download page.

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