[Athen] FW: [N.O.A.T.] Webinar Announcement - Automated Caption,
Translation and Notetaking of Remote Learning Sessions - Friday, April 17th,
2020 at 1:30pm ET
Doug.Mantle at kings.uwo.ca
Wed Apr 15 09:02:08 PDT 2020
Good day - trusting everyone is keeping safe in these strange times!?
Please see below for an invitation to join the NOAT membership for a webinar this Friday.
NOAT is welcoming Karen Anderson, PhD, Director of Supporting Success for Children with Hearing Loss and Robert Palmquist, the CEO of SpeechGear.
Karen and Robert are bringing us a webinar titled "Automated Caption, Translation and Notetaking of Remote Learning Sessions" where they will be showcasing Streamer - a new approach to captioning, note-taking and translation.
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Subject: [N.O.A.T.] Webinar Announcement - Automated Caption, Translation and Notetaking of Remote Learning Sessions - Friday, April 17th, 2020 at 1:30pm ET
You are invited to join The Network of Assistive Technologists on Friday, April 17th at 1:30pm ET as we welcome Karen Anderson, PhD, Director of Supporting Success for Children with Hearing Loss and Robert Palmquist, the CEO of SpeechGear.
Karen and Robert are bringing us a webinar titled "Automated Caption, Translation and Notetaking of Remote Learning Sessions"<https://sites.google.com/noat.ca/events/upcoming/automated-caption-translation-and-notetaking-of-remote-learning-sessions> where they will be showcasing Streamer - a new approach to captioning, note-taking and translation.
With COVID-19 and the resulting remote learning and livestream situations, ensuring equal access for everyone has become a significant issue. Be it co-workers for a firm, students in a school, or attendees of a religious service, remote livestreams can be difficult to follow and understand. This is especially true for individuals that are hard of hearing, deaf, and those who prefer using a language other than English. In this webinar you will learn how you can use Streamer to caption, translate and take notes during livestreams, and do so in a way that is easy, affordable, private and secure. With StreamerTM, you have one approach that works the same way, every time, with every livestream platform, including Zoom, Google, Adobe, Cisco, Skype and more. Set it up once, and from then on just double-click your Streamer desktop icon and everything being said is instantly captioned and translated for all participants.
The foundation and benefits of providing captioning will be presented by Karen Anderson, and the configuration and use of Streamer will be demonstrated by Robert Palmquist. During the webinar you will have the opportunity to create a Streamer system for yourself, your business, agency, or school. Participants will also receive four weeks of free unlimited captioning and translation. After that first four weeks, the cost to continue using your Streamer system is about $9/month. This is not a per user price, this is the total cost for a Streamer captioning room. You are encouraged to share your Streamer subscription with others.
For full details and to register, please visit the N.O.A.T. Events Site.<https://sites.google.com/noat.ca/events/upcoming/automated-caption-translation-and-notetaking-of-remote-learning-sessions>
We look forward to seeing you online Friday, April 17, 2020 at 1:30pm ET. Come out and learn about the foundation and benefits of providing captioning with Streamer.
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