on a table sits two computers. One is a regular QWERTY laptop with a software program open on the screen with lines of text. The other is a stenograph machine in the forefront with a person’s arms and hands laid over the machine in typing position.

Speech-to-Text 101



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Module Description:

 Speech-to-Text 101 is a one-hour self-paced module that provides an overview of fundamental concepts for understanding how speech-to-text services create access for deaf people. Learners will increase their knowledge and awareness of key concepts including types of speech-to-text services, standard practices for implementing speech-to-text services, and how to provide services in a way that centers the deaf person in the experience. The information in this module will provide a foundation for future conversations with the student while planning for speech-to-text services.



Learning Objectives - Participants will be able to:

    • Describe different types of speech-to-text services and state how they create access.

    • Identify standard practices for implementing speech-to-text services.

    • Implement a deaf-centered framework of service delivery

Badge Information: Module content category - Accessibility Practices

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Continuing Education Hours: This module is pre-approved for 1 NDC Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Clock Hour and 1 CRCC Clock Hours.

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