Captioning for business presentations

Aerial view of a crowded conference scene where the session has finished and people are standing, sitting and walking about.Geoffrey Clegg is a university lecturer in business communication who is gradually losing his hearing. He is using his experience to educate his students about the diversity of audiences they will encounter in their workplaces. His paper explores the use of text and captioning for business presentations. He also provides students with a framework to question their assumptions about ability and disability that will transfer to their workplace practices.

The article looks at captioning research and is titled, Unheard Complaints: Integrating Captioning Into Business and Professional Communication Presentations. Published by Sage Journals. Or you can request full text from ResearchGate  or download from iDocSlide.Com.