Teaching as a graduate student is an exciting and unique experience. The following insights came from a focus group of graduate students during Spring 2021. Download an accessible version of the infographic.
Whether one is reading for pleasure or education, the act of physically highlighting a book or article can be a valuable part of the reading and learning experience: These marginalia can help the reader to process the information, reflect on it, and provide a glossed version of the text for streamlined later reference. As the … Read more
UVA has no shortage of tools for captioning and transcribing learning materials, and even more are on the way. Below are a few options for enabling automatic, live transcription during class meetings, using tools currently available to A&S instructors. – Accessibility Note – If a faculty member receives an official request for captioning or transcription, … Read more
Matthew Burgess from the UVA Learning Tech Blog has a great write-up on Otter Voice Notes transcription: https://blog.learningtech.virginia.edu/2021/01/29/introducing-otter-voice-notes/ We are working on a complementary post detailing the various transcription options here at UVA. Expect it published here shortly!