At UNT, we are using Zoom for videoconferencing. The "record to the cloud" option in Zoom allows the recording (screencast) to be automatically transcribed with the link to recording and transcription sent to instructor within a couple hours after the end of online meeting. I have been using that option successfully in my cataloging and metadata courses, and it can be used any time: either during the actual class meeting, or when there is no class meeting.
Hope this helps,
Dr. Oksana L. Zavalina
Department of Information Science
College of Information
University of North Texas
1155 Union Circle 311068 Denton, TX 76203-5017
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Subject: [EXT] Re: [eduCAT] Video captioning
I teach face-to-face, but I do use online videos to "flip the classroom."
When I needed captioning for a student that was hearing impaired, our
Office of Accessibility Services (formerly, the Offices of Disability
Services) created the captions for the video lectures. I haven't had to do
On Mon, Jun 17, 2019 at 8:16 PM Yan Ma <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Dear Colleagues,
> I have two questions for your input:
> 1. Do you provide videos for your *online* cataloging course? (For example,
> videos on "How to create a MARC record in OCLC?" "How to use RDA?" etc.
> 2. If you do, how do you deal with the video captioning for each video?
> Students can ask for video captioning transcription at anytime.
> Thank you,
> Dr. Yan Ma, Ph.D.
> Professor of Graduate School of Library & Information Studies
> Harrington School of Communications and Media
> University of Rhode Island
> 94 West Alumni Ave.
> Kingston, RI 02881 USA
> Email: [log in to unmask] <[log in to unmask]>
> Tel: 401-874-2819
> Fax: 401-874-4964