Hope you are all keeping well.
We are playing around with ways to make out training more accessible and I'd love to get your thoughts.
Our training workshops consist of half pre-recorded videos and half-live sessions. If people request it I make the transcripts available for the pre-recorded sessions, however, I am struggling for effective ways to do this for the live sessions. There are people who would like these, for example, if they are hearing impaired or if English isn't their first language I am speaking too fast (usually because I'm over-excited). I know Zoom has the option of transcripts available after the meeting, but these only seems possible with a Zoom business account or higher, and you have to have at least 10 hosts for this which is not feasible as a small charity that only needs one.
I've been playing around with otter.ai software recording in the background during the live sessions, it picks up my voice, but it doesn't pick up that of participants very well.
If anyone has thoughts on how to make online training more accessible more broadly, please do share :)
Any thoughts are very welcome.
Thank you in advance,
All the best,
P.s. I realised there are not many people in this room! I've shared with my networks and hope we get more people joining soon :)