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Material Copyrighted by C-Print© 2003 Real-Time Captioning Overview of C-Print Pam Francis C-Print Coordinator NETAC/NTID Jennie Bourgeois Louisiana SOTAC Coordinator Louisiana State University Cindy Camp Disability Specialist in Deafness Jacksonville State University
Material Copyrighted by C-Print© 2003 What is C-Print ? Computer-aided speech-to-print transcription system Developed at NTID (National Technical Institute for the Deaf) Support service option students who are deaf/hard of hearing mainstream educational environments
Material Copyrighted by C-Print© 2003 What is C-Print Keyboard-based system Communication access tool Supports both real time and notetaking Used stand alone or as adjunct to another accommodation Can be used with other disabilities
Material Copyrighted by C-Print© 2003 C-Print Advantages Some deaf/hard of hearing students prefer printed text of lectures Offers option for individuals who are deaf/hard of hearing and do not utilize sign language interpreter services Cost effective Readily available
Material Copyrighted by C-Print© 2003 How Does It Work? C-Print captionist types teachers lecture (& students comments) into laptop computer Typed information – displayed simultaneously on second laptop computer or television monitor – students access class information / discussion Printed text – available to students for review
Material Copyrighted by C-Print© 2003 How C-Print Works Captionist – Abbreviation system based on phonetics Rule example: Type the letter k for the sound /k/, no matter how its spelled. E.g., kfe = coffee. – Text condensing strategies (meaning for meaning translation) Technology – Laptop computer – Specialized abbreviation software
Material Copyrighted by C-Print© 2003 How Does It Work? System uses laptop computer – abbreviation software Captionist – receives training abbreviation system (reduces keystrokes) text-condensing strategies – types information more complete representation of what is said
Material Copyrighted by C-Print© 2003 Display Options Option 1 – 2 laptops Captionist and Student Option 2 – 1 laptop Captionist Option 3 – 1 VGA or TV monitor Student(s)
Material Copyrighted by C-Print© 2003 How Much Does It Cost? Approximate software cost – C-Print Pro Software Server/Client Package – $375Standard Price – $225 Academic Price – Online Training – $250 Standard Price – $400 Academic Price Additional costs vary – laptop computers – display equipment – captionists training & salaries
Material Copyrighted by C-Print© 2003 Cost Considerations Hardware – laptop(s), display options, linking cable or wireless network cards Software – C-Print Pro Captionist salaries – rates range between $15- $35/hr. depending on location and proficiency Other – laptop carrying case, portable stand, disks, etc
Material Copyrighted by C-Print© 2003 Benefits for Students Hard copy notes after class are manageable and can be used as a study tool Text display remains on screen for up to one minute Exposure to actual vocabulary Individual student needs are likely to influence the extent of benefit.
Material Copyrighted by C-Print© 2003 C-Print vs. Steno Captioning Amount of information captured Transcripts/notes Cost of service Availability of captionists Equipment Both systems are forms of CART ( Communication Access Real Time Translation )
Material Copyrighted by C-Print© 2003 Students Who Can Benefit Hearing loss that is moderate Reading level of 4 th grade or above Voicing preferences Little or no knowledge of sign language Other – Visually impaired – Learning disabilities – Physically challenged – English as a second language
Material Copyrighted by C-Print© 2003 Ideas for Faculty Working With C-Print Introduce captionist & C-Print service beginning of first class shows support of the service Allow captionist to explain C-Print show screen to interested students after class Speak loudly & clearly during class captionist must easily hear everyone
Material Copyrighted by C-Print© 2003 Ideas for Faculty Working With C-Print Give C-Print captionist available materials before class course syllabus handouts outlines overheads vocabulary lists Why? useful for captionists preparation creating specialized dictionary
Material Copyrighted by C-Print© 2003 Ideas for Faculty Working With C-Print Restate/summarize class comments if they were – difficult to hear – disorganized Be aware captionist use down times in class – edit notes taken earlier Decide whether other students have access to C-Print hardcopy notes
Material Copyrighted by C-Print© 2003 Appropriate Academic Environments For C-Print Classroom lectures Group discussions Business/community meetings
Material Copyrighted by C-Print© 2003 Other Uses for C-Print Out of class situations Faculty meetings Board meetings Students with other disabilities Students for whom English is a second language
Material Copyrighted by C-Print© 2003 Captionist Requirements Typing speed of 60 wpm+Excellent listening skills Phonetic aptitudeExcellent English skills Confidence working in educational settings Ability to work in high stress situations
Material Copyrighted by C-Print© 2003 Captionist Training Online Training – Independent study at your own speed – Additional training in voice recognition software available Certification (coming soon)
Material Copyrighted by C-Print© 2003 Other Considerations Logistics Ergonomics Roles Recruiting
Material Copyrighted by C-Print© 2003 For More Information: NTID http://cprint.rit.edu/ 585-475-7557 (v/tty) CPrint@rit.edu
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