With today’s classrooms having multiple digital data-sources, students who read live captions are challenged by room lighting or shadows, placement of units, and fitting audio-visual media screens into each student’s line of sight.
Improving Caption Experiences
Researchers at the University of Rochester are tackling these issues, aware that students in these classrooms with full hearing, benefit from captions.
Separately, Michael Argenyi, a past medical student at Creighton University (Omaha) is to receive almost USD 500k in legal fees, after five years of pursuing the right to live captions for his medical studies at the campus.
Note: The university is not required to reimburse Aryengi for the USD 110k he paid himself for captions during his initial two years as a medical student.
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