Microsoft Teams Guides to Remote Interpreting and Captioning
As virtual communication becomes increasingly prevalent, it is essential to prioritize accessibility and inclusivity for individuals with diverse communication needs. Microsoft Teams, a popular collaboration platform, offers a variety of features that can enhance accessibility, including Video Remote Interpreting (VRI) services and remote captioning services.
Whether you are working with a Deaf or hard-of-hearing client or just want to make your meetings or webinars more accessible to everyone, this guide can help you get started. By following the steps outlined here and implementing best practices, you can ensure that your Teams meetings, webinars, and other virtual interactions are accessible to all participants.
Guides for Meeting and Webinar Hosts
- Using the Spotlight Feature
- Using Sign Language Interpretation View
- Setting Up CART Captioning
- Setting Up Breakout Rooms
Guides for Meeting and Webinar Participants
- Pinning an Interpreter
- Viewing Sign Language Interpretation View
- Viewing CART Captioning
- Using the Chat Feature
- Using Breakout Rooms