Accessible Places – Companies and People – Spotlight on Keen Guides
December 31, 2011 Comments Off on Accessible Places – Companies and People – Spotlight on Keen Guides
What the world needs is – a whole lot more places that are fully accessible for all. In the CCAC, our focus is on equal communication access with inclusion of quality captioning, and today we highlight a company (and person) who is doing what they can to build awareness, and provide services, especially for museums and other cultural venues.
Below is a tidbit from Catharine’s company blog – worth reading more on that site as well, see the blog (and services) from Keen Guides, http://blog.keenguides.com/
Have you ever stood in front of a piece of very abstract art at a museum, and been like, “Ok. I don’t get it.” Of course you have. And then you look at the small placard below it, and it gives you some explanation, and all of the sudden the abstract colors, shapes, and lines come together in a way that makes sense? Yeah. That’s how I hear.
Well, anyway, it’s how I hear NPR. I learned how to listen to – and understand – podcasts from well-written descriptions about each episode to help me out. Let me explain.
Ok, let’s face MORE >
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CCAC is not a company. We are a two-year-old community of new and seasoned volunteer advocates for inclusion of quality captioning universally. As we begin year three, we seek ideas, energies, supporters, and partners to take the CCAC project forward. Please get in touch soon to discuss collaborations! email@example.com