ARC offers captioning for:
- YouTube clips
- Podcast Transcripts
- Pre-recorded Lectures
The Accessibility Resource Center requires a minimum notice of 15 business days for submission of media.
Before You Submit a Request
Before you submit video captioning requests, please check ALL media to be shown for captions. Look for these symbols on media packaging:
If no captions are available, please search the sources below, as a captioned video may be available elsewhere:
- Kanopy, the video streaming collection available on the UWM library website. This site provides access to 26,000 videos, 75% of which are captioned. PLEASE NOTE: Due to the high cost of leasing individual title access, some changes have been made to the way we access Kanopy films. See Kanopy FAQ. The UWM Media Library will not lease films for individual recreational viewing.
- Films on Demand: A video streaming collection available on the UWM library website.
- Swank Digital Campus: A video streaming collection available on the UWM library website.
- UW-System Library
- Milwaukee Public Library
- NETFLIX, etc.
- A Google search might turn up a captioned copy.
If no captioned video is available, email ARC’s Post-Production Captioning Coordinator.
Resources and Helpful Hints
Instructors can add and edit captions in Canvas by following the guidelines outlined in this article https://kb.wisconsin.edu/dle/90376.
Test your videos before class to make sure they’re captioned and that you know how to turn on the captions if necessary.
Outside Vendor Media Captioning Services
If you would like to use outside media captioning services, see UW System’s approved list of vendors for Media Captioning Services.