Remote CART and VRI: What We Learned On the Road to Success

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remote CART, VRI, video remote interpreting


Has your institution tried remote Communication Access Real-time Translation (CART) or Video Remote Interpreting (VRI) without success? Ours has too. Initially, we had little success with remote CART and VRI on our campus. In this session, remote CART and VRI will be described, and our problem-solving approach will be explained. The challenges in using these services on a large campus are identified. We will describe a hardware change that started us on the road to success. We purchased a quality wireless microphone to use in these tests. We will identify the microphone and share the outstanding feedback received about the clarity in the classroom. We will explain how we successfully used an iPad for both remote CART and VRI.

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