Subtitles and Captioning
(You may also want to consider closed captions that are not seen unless they are turned on by the user, as well as open captions that are always visible if available)Having also heard about the ways captions can be used in different situations, can you think about any other ways captions may help those who may have a disability other than a hearing impairment?
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