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  • What is Captioning?

    Consumer resources Visit our CaptioningMatters.org site for information for consumer resources Learn more

    Categories: Broadcast and CART Captioners, Captioning

  • Working With Sign Interpreters

    By Gary D. Robson Unfortunately, there's often an antagonistic or competitive relationship between sign interpreters and reporters doing CART or captioning. Generally, this stems from a lack of understanding on both sides. The solution, as in so many other cases, is education. Why Are We There? This is the first question you and the interpreter need to ask yourselves. At a fundamental level, you b…

    Categories: Broadcast and CART Captioners, Captioning

  • Legal Aid History Project

    Program partner, The National Equal Justice Library (NEJL) at Georgetown University, is the only national institution dedicated to preserving the legal profession's history of serving poor Americans who are in need of legal representation. The NEJL has a very popular collection of oral histories provided by legal aid lawyers, administrators, and educators which captures their individual exper…

    Categories: Foundation, Continuing Education, Students, Officials, Legal Videographers, Instructors and School Administrators, Freelancers, Court Reporters, Broadcast and CART Captioners, NCRF

  • Captioning Best Practices: Content Creators

    Find a Captioner

    Categories: Best Practices, Captioning, Broadcast and CART Captioners

  • Captioning Articles

    Falling on deaf ears by Monette Benoit In this six part series, CART provider Monette Benoit answers her most frequently asked questions about CART, her experience, and the industry. Please note that all the articles listed are NCRA Members only content. Part I Part II Part III Part IV Part V Part VI

    Categories: Broadcast and CART Captioners, Captioning

  • Holocaust Survivors

    The National Court Reporters Foundation (NCRF) is very pleased to announce our agreement with the U. S. Holocaust Memorial Museum (the Museum) in Washington, D. C., to have court reporters transcribe the histories of Holocaust survivors.

    Categories: Continuing Education, Foundation, NCRF, Volunteer Opportunities, Broadcast and CART Captioners, Court Reporters

  • Hard-of-Hearing Heroes Project

    Since 2003, NCRA members have helped preserve the stories of America’s war veterans for the Library of Congress Veterans History Project (VHP). Many veterans have been unable to participate, though, due to hearing loss. Until now. Help capture these veterans’ stories through NCRF’s newest Oral Histories initiativ, the Hard-of-Hearing Heroes Project. This project is the first devoted to interv…

    Categories: Broadcast and CART Captioners, Court Reporters, Freelancers, Officials, Students, Captioning, CART, Continuing Education, Foundation, NCRF, Volunteer Opportunities

  • Captioning Resources for Providers

    Please note that some of the content below is restricted to NCRA members only .

    Categories: Ethics and Business Practices, Broadcast and CART Captioners, Resources, CART, Captioning

  • Captioners Code of Professional Ethics

    Captioners Code of Ethics flyer

    Categories: Ethics and Business Practices, Broadcast and CART Captioners