Providing a transcript – a textual version of a video and/or audio – increases accessibility of the content. Practitioners and/or learners who are deaf-blind can access the content by using a refreshable (dynamic) Braille display, which converts text into Braille.

Providing transcripts also has other benefits:

  • The text is then searchable by search engines.
  • People can double-check a point without listening to the audio/video again.
  • Some people prefer reading rather than wa...

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