The University of Southampton

Captioning Personal Display Client/Server

Date:
2005-
Themes:
Accessible Technologies, Learning Technologies, ELearning, Platforms and Tools
Funding:
IBM

Liberated Learning’s research has shown that although projecting captions onto a large screen in the classroom has been used successfully by students in many situations an individual personalised and customisable display may be preferable or essential if only a few short lines of text are shown in the window because of the pause and separator settings and the rest of the screen being taken up by other material (e.g. Power Point displays). An application is therefore being developed to provide users with their own personal display on their own wireless enabled systems customised to their preferences (e.g. font, size, colour, text formatting and scrolling).

Primary investigator

Partners

  • IBM
  • Liberated Learning Consortium

Associated research group

  • Learning Societies Lab
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