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A readability evaluation of real-time crowd captions in the classroom
Proceedings of the 14th international ACM SIGACCESS conference on Computers and accessibility - ASSETS '12
Deaf and hard of hearing individuals need accommodations that transform aural to visual information, such as tran scripts generated in real-time to enhance their access to spoken information in lectures and other live events. Pro fessional captionists's transcripts work well in general events such as community, administrative or legal meetings, but is often perceived as not readable enough in specialized con tent events such as higher education classrooms. Profes sional captionists withdoi:10.1145/2384916.2384930 dblp:conf/assets/KushalnagarLB12 fatcat:s44b7eitf5clvmk4kzagoihi6u