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Naomi Barshi 18h
“See” you tomorrow at T-239 for talks about in Geoscience classes! Come find out about how using Playdough helps with 3D thinking. If the captions end up as , or the talk is otherwise inaccessible in any way, send me a message!
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Kaitlin Stack Whitney Jul 23
RT to highlight reply - this is why auto captions are known as , need to edit before posting
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Joe "spooky name" Radak 20 Mar 19
When writing and editing captions, please be aware of (literal) !
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Alice Wong 21 Jan 17
uploading real captions to your videos. Youtube's auto generated captions ain't gonna cut it
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Reel Vanessa Wells 💬 Jul 25
I had a joke about but
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Longmore Institute on Disability 18 Apr 18
Yay! Thanks for sharing (and also for the morning laugh: ). We are excited to be able to share your important words with everyone!
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Jessica Kellgren-Fozard 21 Oct 17
Thanks to ’s I now say ‘convict trader’ when I mean ‘content creator’! 😂
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ace tilton ratcliff ♿️ 10 Jul 18
also, there’s a great quote by in this piece, as well as one by @jennlynbrown! thanks to for letting me pick up this piece and write about
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Naomi Barshi 18h
Replying to @geomechCooke
The situation at is an important reminder about making our science-sharing more inclusive. It’s not just about people with identified disabilities. Lots of us rely on body language for meaning. And some people are viewing talks on tiny screens. Let’s do better
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Kaitlin Stack Whitney Aug 5
hello - please caption (not auto-caption, AKA ) 's Birds of North America series, which is amazing. This would allow them to be accessible to more people!
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sam 16 Oct 18
I absolutely loved talk on . Everyone should be able to enjoy the same narrative
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Dr. Zoë Mildon 🇪🇺 #BlackLivesMatter Oct 26
Replying to @geomechCooke
Your FigShare article on this was so helpful! I used the in-built Powerpoint captions, and while they are not perfect, they are definitely better than
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Tessa Dwyer 23 May 18
Thanks to for this insightful interview with me about my book Speaking in Subtitles. Great questions and a really interesting blog to check out too that advocates for media accessibility (and against )
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#ResearchLiteracy 📊📈 Sep 1
Autocaptions that aren’t modified, are known as . NEVER use them. I spent yesterday going through my uploaded YouTube lecture, modifying craptions: correcting content words, cleaning up spelling, adding capitals and punctuation. Make your courses accessible
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🎃 R.I.P. (reesie's in pieces) ☠️🤟🏽 Sep 7
! They're taking away accessibility for deaf/hard of hearing viewers and other people who rely on CCs, such as those whose first language may not be English. I only click on videos that have CCs because YT's auto generated suck!
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AutisticSciencePerson #BlackAutisticLivesMatter Sep 14
When your university will only pay for accurate captions if someone in the class has an accommodations letter, otherwise your own department has to pay for it -
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J Brown 10 Jul 18
💙 i'm still kind of annoyed that i missed how bad the were for S2 or Queer Eye. Looks like i'll be watching it again. thanks for including me in your article, .
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Mhairi Forrest 11 May 19
. what was said in this scene was, “Sixth Form Common Room D.” Deaf & hard of hearing folks depend on accurate captions to gain access. Please hire someone who can edit the CC when non US accents are used. I notice these a lot on British shows on your platform.
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Bryce Johnson 18 Oct 19
I know we often talk about but this is very cool work by ⁦⁩. Well done >> If it has audio, now it can have captions
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Steve Faulkner 24 Nov 16
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