Video captions in education benefit all students – not just those with disabilities.
It’s been shown that video captions in education can increase the GPA of all students by an entire point. That’s because captions provide clarity on complex topics that might be difficult to follow through audio alone. Video captions and audio transcripts can also be used as study guides and to create supplemental learning tools that really drive the learning home.
cielo24 partners with leading online video platforms to easily provide a campus-wide solution for captioning course video and audio content. Our video captions and audio transcripts for education satisfy your campus captioning needs and improve learning outcomes for your entire student body.
Education leaders are also required by law to caption all video and audio content
Section 504, Section 508, WCAG 2.1 and other state and Federal regulations require learning institutions to caption all audio and video content in order to balance the learning opportunities for all students. At cielo24 we understand the constraints placed on educators and work diligently to be an accessibility resource.
cielo24 has developed a scalable, campus-wide solution for delivering accessible and compliant course video content quickly, reliably, and economically. Our full-service platform provides high-quality captions and transcriptions that meet all your compliance needs. Best of all, our video captions and transcriptions for education are available for as low as $1.00 per media minute.
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Benefits of Education Captioning:
- Beneficial to those learning in a second language
- Help with word identification, meaning and retention
- Meet legal obligations for hard of hearing students
- Content search and discovery
- Improved focus, comprehension, and literacy rates
- Clarification of missing information for individuals who have difficulty processing speech and auditory components in media
State and Federal Captioning Compliance for Education
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