Our customers are spearheading inspiring and important work in the realm of inclusion. Below are several case studies containing their stories. We hope they’ll help you envision how we can partner to enhance your media experiences as well.
Read about a creative approach to accessibility and knowledge sharing happening around campus.
Learn from the key metrics UNF shared on how it’s approaching accessibility, training faculty and delivering on student needs quickly.
Read this Q&A case study with a higher-ed leader who is teaching a course on campus to train faculty on the importance of access and working with AST in the process.
Learn how UTSA is making its high-profile events with hundreds of attendees accessible with our partnership.
Explore how the Center is driving inclusion efforts forward in Alaska and building live captioning into every budget that comes through the door.
Learn how the University of Akron is benefitting from a hands-on partnership with AST, a Verbit company. Explore how our useful how-to resources and expertise makes for a simple captioning process.
As the University of Akron hosts hybrid-style graduations and events, it’s enlisting AutomaticSync, which delivers on the Verbit Company’s education needs, as an essential partner for its live captioning and accessibility needs.
AST meets Sierra College’s timely distance learning requests for captioning. With hundreds of videos to caption, Sierra College leaders use AST to provide fast and accurate captioning that grants students equitable learning experiences.
To deliver on the accessibility needs for both in-person and online learners, Lewis University’s administrators turned to AST as a user-friendly, trusted captioning partner. AST makes it easy for professors to caption their videos, and professional transcribers ensure that Lewis University always delivers captions with high accuracy to students.
Chemeketa Community College relies on Automatic Sync Technologies (AST) to deliver captioning that’s accurate and compliant to ensure video content is accessible to the 17 colleges across the Oregon Community College Distance Learning Association (OCCDLA).
AST offers a trusted solution that powers the University of Arizona’s system-wide captioning and transcription process. The partnership offers a much-needed, reliable solution for multi-language captioning and fully accurate transcripts.
AST’s resources and integration with George Brown College and Blackboard have helped to create a seamless video accessibility workflow for the college, allowing the college to meet its goals of providing accessible and equitable access to students, faculty, and staff.
California State University uses AST’s CaptionSync automated solution to make video accessible to those who are hard of hearing or deaf.
Digital publisher Elsevier distributes rich scientific content globally, made accessible with captioning by CaptionSync.
NBC Learn has created an extensive online learning resource for the education community, leveraging nearly 80 years of historic news coverage, documentary materials, and current news broadcasts. CaptionSync provides captioning for these videos to ensure participating schools are compliant with accessibility requirements and to ensure the content is accessible to all viewers.
The Library of Congress website features numerous webcasts. CaptionSync provides captioning for these videos to ensure the videos are accessible to all viewers.
Purdue University’s Assistive Technology Center (ATC) promotes an accessible information technology infrastructure at Purdue that is usable by all students, faculty, and staff regardless of disability status. ATC has been using CaptionSync to caption video content.
The NASA Safety Center provides a Section 508 compliant career-oriented professional development system designed for working professionals in the safety and mission assurance fields, covering six major technical disciplines and more than 500 hours of academics in each discipline.
AST and Strillogy Productions worked with the Utah Parent center to create closed captioned and Spanish subtitled DVDs and online videos for parents of children with autism.
Maverick Entertainment Group
has acquired a broad catalog of video content for distribution via VOD, DVD, and streaming over the internet. To ensure its catalog meets current and future closed captioning requirements, including the recent CVAA legislation, Maverick needed a dependable, fast, closed captioning solution that could provide captioning results in a wide array of formats. Maverick’s solution: CaptionSync!
SUNY Buffalo State College
needed a scalable video platform with stringent security measures and the ability to integrate closed captioning into their workflow. They chose Ensemble Video
and Automatic Sync Technologies as part of their solution