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A CART writer transcribes class material and provides a visual display of text on a student's device while they are in the classroom. This allows the student to follow along and engage in the conversation as it is happening.
Arranging CART services with on-site or remote CART providers takes time, so we need as much lead time and info in advance in order to be properly prepared once the CART service is initiated. In order to ensure everything goes smoothly, please read the following.
Provide SAS with advance access to the class schedule/course syllabus and other information about field trips, room/venue changes, etc.
Provide SAS with access to the course site (Canvas* or other) so we can access pertinent material (PPT slides, class notes, etc.) covered in each class. This will allow the on-site CART writer to prep before classes, or allow us to relay the material to the remote CART writer to aid them in keeping pace and transcribing the terminology accurately during class.
If using Canvas for your course, please add our Adaptive Technology email to your site as a Course Designer: [email protected].
Please note that this material is only used by SAS and the CART writer and will not be distributed.
If any videos, films, audio material, etc., are required for viewing during or outside of class, the captions will need to be viewable during class, or a captioned version will need to be located for the student. Otherwise, a captioned version of the media will need to be generated before it can be shown in the classroom.
You will need to wear a mic during class: either one from the specific classroom or a separate wireless unit that we provide.
For remote CART, a staff member can get you set with the mic and remain in the classroom with a laptop and receiver (or mixer) in order to connect the audio to the CART writer, monitor the 'real-time' transcription during class, and communicate with the remote transcriber and troubleshoot as needed. Other than needing to wear a microphone, you wouldn't need to tend to any tech issues before, during or after class.