Zoom Guides for Remote Interpreting and Captioning
With the rise of virtual communication, it has become increasingly important to provide accessibility options for individuals with different communication needs. Zoom’s features allow for seamless communication during Video Remote Interpreting (VRI) services and remote captioning services.
This guide is specifically tailored to help you navigate Zoom’s communication access features, including its Sign Language Interpretation feature. We cover the essential steps for setting up these features and the best practices for facilitating communication while utilizing them.
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 using this guide, you can ensure that your remote communication is inclusive and accessible to all individuals, regardless of their communication needs.
Guides for Meeting and Webinar Hosts
- Using the Spotlight Feature
- Using the Sign Language Interpretation Feature
- Allowing Participants to Multi-pin
- Setting Up Closed Captioning
- Assigning an Interpreter or Captioner as Co-host
Guides for Meeting and Webinar Participants
- Pinning an Interpreter
- Viewing the Sign Language Interpretation Feature
- Viewing Captions
- Organizing the Video Gallery
- Using the Chat Feature