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Deaf students enrolling in colleges across the country are on the rise and securing access services can be difficult for institutions. Remote interpreting and speech-to-text services are viable options for institutions experiencing: shortages of qualified providers, specific interpreting or captioning needs for a course, or last-minute requests for urgent situations. Remote services can be a beneficial supplement or a mainstay way of providing access for students in a variety of situations. Institutions must have the knowledge necessary to evaluate requests, resources to arrange services, and the infrastructure to maintain quality and effective services.

Remote Services Tool

Use this tool to guide you through the process of providing remote access services. Answer each question with a “YES” (left) or a “NO” (right).
 
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Remote Access Services

Deaf students enrolling in colleges across the country are on the rise and securing access services can be difficult for institutions. Remote interpreting and speech-to-text services are viable options for institutions experiencing: shortages of qualified providers, specific interpreting or captioning needs for a course, or last-minute requests for urgent situations. Remote services can be a beneficial supplement or a mainstay way of providing access for students in a variety of situations. Institutions must have the knowledge necessary to evaluate requests, resources to arrange services, and the infrastructure to maintain quality and effective services.

This page provides individuals with tools to assess their institutional capacity to implement effective remote services.
 
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Remote Interpreting Services

Remote sign language interpreting services refers to circumstances where the interpreter and the consumer(s) are in different locations.
 
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Remote Speech-To-Text Services

Speech-to-text services can be provided onsite or remotely.
 
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Remote Access Services: Questions for Vendors

One option to offering remote services is contracting with a professional and reputable agency.
 
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Remote Access Services: Tips for Students

Successful and effective services comes with cooperative contributions and efforts by all.
 
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Remote Access Services: Student Evaluation Template

Student evaluation of remote services is critical to ensure effectiveness of services received.
 
Topics: Remote Services
Useful For: Disability Services Professionals, Employers, New Users