Classroom Captioning

Reliable. Thorough. Accurate.
Our CART captioning services ensure every student gets the message.

Bring accessible communication to your campus.

CART Captioning

Display classroom instructors’ words on any device in real-time. Instantaneously archive transcripts for download.

Closed Captioning

Overlay spoken text onto video or other media making it accessible to the Deaf and hard of hearing.

Class Transcription

Convert any source of speech, live or recorded, into text. Options include speaker identification and removal of speech fillers. (“umm’s” and “ahh’s”)

Captioning for Higher Education

Schools using CART Captioning

“We have been so impressed with the captioning services as well as the collaboration to make our classrooms and live events accessible.”

Southern Oregon University

CART Captioning

• View text on screen in real-time
• Interactive text features: auto-scroll, manually scroll, select, search
• Unedited transcript instantly archived, accessible from any device
• Option for cleaned transcript within 24 hours

Download “Captions in the Classroom” Infographic

Closed Captioning

• Supplied media is overlaid with captions
• Speaker identification and parentheticals for Deaf & hard of hearing
• Available in English and Non-English languages
• Option for manual inspection and adjustment of caption breaks/time codes

Class Transcriptions

• Verbatim transcript from supplied audio media
• Ability to export/download in any format
• Speaker identification
• Option to include speech fillers (“um”, “ahh”, etc.), nonverbal communication (laughter, pauses, etc.), false starts (st… st… st… start), and timestamps


Frequently Asked Questions

How do CART Captioning services work?

Communication Access in Real-Time Translation, or CART, is the instant translation of speech into text. The text is displayed in real-time on a laptop, tablet, or mobile device. 

Why is CART Captioning important for students?

Studies have shown that access to captioning improves student engagement and comprehension. Captioning provides access to Deaf, hard-of-hearing, and ESL students as required by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

What is the difference between Closed Captioning and CART Captioning?

Closed captions are transcribed text that is placed on top of existing video content, while CART is for spoken word text transcription in a live setting. 

What is the difference between Open Captions vs. Closed Captions?

Open captioning refers to CART or captioned text that can be seen by anyone, whereas closed captioning must be “turned on” before it can be seen.

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