Subtitles not always sufficient

12/3/2008 | ScienceDaily

Students with hearing impairments may often have trouble understanding subtitled videos because of the speed and literal transcription used in closed-captioning, according to a new Spanish study. Subtitles that displayed more slowly and included only essential information sharply increased children's understanding, researchers said.

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