If you want to learn more about the topics in this module, here are some additional resources.
- Michelle Cheung. Toronto International Film Festival should have more closed captions, film fan says: Michael McNeely wants festival to make experience better for fans with visual, hearing impairments. http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/tiff-captions-1.3750804open new window
- Sarah-Joyce Battersby. Toronto lawyer demands more in-flight movies for deaf people. http://www.metronews.ca/news/toronto/2017/02/21/toronto-lawyer-fights-air-canada-.htmlopen new window
- Sean Zdenek. Cripping closed captioning: Experiments with type, icons and dynamic effects. http://www.digitalrhetoriccollaborative.org/2016/07/26/cripping-closed-captioning-experiments-with-type-icons-and-dynamic-effects/open new window
- Rebecca Farley. Get over your fear of subtitles, please. https://www.refinery29.com/en-us/tv-closed-captions-movie-subtitles-benefitsopen new window
Read about a researchopen new window study conducted by Oregon State University’s Ecampus Research Unit in partnership with 3Play Media called Implementation of and Solutions for Closed Captioning in U.S. Institutions of Higher Education.
Captioning services that help make Broadcast Media accessible:
- Svetlana Kouznetsova. Sound is not Enough: Captioning as Universal Design. http://audio-accessibility.com/book/open new window
- Sean Zdenek. Reading Sounds: Closed Captioned Media and Popular Culture. http://press.uchicago.edu/ucp/books/book/chicago/R/bo21933882.htmlopen new window
- Gregory Downey. Closed Captioning: Subtitling, Stenography, and the Digital Convergence of Text with Television. https://www.amazon.ca/Closed-Captioning-Subtitling-Stenography-Convergence/dp/0801887100open new window.