Captioning Advocacy Achieves Access

March 8, 2014 § 2 Comments

You Too Can Caption! Special thanks to CCAC member Michele for asking for, and achieving access with quality captioning for this video – and special thanks again to the video maker! Captioning access is healthy, as is exercise!

http://CCACaptioning.org invites your membership today. Numbers count. All voices together create beautiful advocacy and access.

p.s. Michele is very active in many volunteer groups – as many CCAC members are. The CCAC offers a “hub” where anyone can share good captioning advocacy information, ask questions, and find mentoring. The CCAC webpages have many resources too. CCAC’s only mission = Inclusion of Quality Captioning Universally. All media, and all public live events, need equal communication access. We ask for captioning. Many ask for captioning for private events too – celebrations, medical consultations, and more. CCACaptioning@gmail.com is the email address – let’s talk.

 

 

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§ 2 Responses to Captioning Advocacy Achieves Access

  • iseewhatyousay says:

    Thank you for this, Lauren. I’ve contacted a lot of people who post videos without captions or with inadequate captions and many do thank me for the heads up. Devin Roberts is the first to respond within a few hours and to correct the captions on her video the same day. Kudos to Devin!!

    Michele

    • ls says:

      Michele – which link explaining how to DIY captions on YouTube do you use to educate others? We’ve seen and used a few different ones over the years.

      Advocacy = Asking

      Anyone else reading doing the same? Have questions?
      Lauren

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