This course consists of production methods with hands-on practice and feedback. Students will be asked to produce a 10-minute clip with CC, calculate accuracy according to CRTC regulations, and have it reviewed by the class. They will also produce a 1-hour show with CC on their own. Students are expected to demonstrate an understanding of CC production using the respeaking method and of error types and inconsistencies as they appear in CC.
Who Teaches CDIM 103?
Joanne Pak's career in broadcasting and accessible media spans over 20 years in closed captioning, audiobook production, described video writing and narrating, and training Deaf candidates to become live caption accuracy evaluators. During her career, Joanne has worked with every major broadcaster and numerous smaller independents, as well as the CNIB and CBSC, to create and improve inclusive media standards. She currently serves as the Private Broadcasters Representative on the NER Advisory Council and is an official NER certifier.
RequisitesPrerequisites: CDIM 100 and CDIM 101
- Inclusive Media: Real-time Closed Captioning and Audio Description/Described Video : Required Courses (select 4)