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Overview


Posting lectures online makes them available to students for review and improved accessibility throughout the term. The benefits are increased exponentially when lecture videos include captions or a transcript file, as it allows students to interact with the content in both an audio and written format. There are a number of ways to add captions to a video to increase it's accessibility, outlined below.

TechSmith Relay

Captions can be added to videos produced on TechSmith Relay by:

  1. Select the video to which you would like to add captions.
  2. Click the CC icon displayed underneath the video.
  3. You can choose "Generate Captions" or "Create Captions Manually". 

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    Note: If you choose to have captions auto-generated, you may want to proof-read the captions and check them for accuracy.

Canvas

Captions can be added to videos produced or uploaded into Canvas by:

  1. Click the CC icon on the video you want to add captions to in Canvas.
  2. Follow the prompts to upload a caption file.
    1. We recommend using or downloading Subtitle Edit to create caption files in either SRT or WebVTT format, which can be downloaded here.
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A more detailed guide on how to caption videos in Canvas can be found here.

Why Captioned Lectures Matter

This video, courtesy of the UW DO-IT Center, emphasizes the importance of making lectures accessible online with captions.

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Attribution


"Captioning Lecture Capture Videos: A Promising Teaching Practice" by University of Washington DO-IT licensed under CC BY 3.0

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