- Nancy Ramer
- Saint Paul, MN
- United States
I am noticing that more and more TED talks are not being subtitled, can someone explain why?
I am a sign language interpreter at the University of Minnesota, and I was so happy to see the dedication to creating subtitles on all of the TED talks. I didn't have to worry about me posting inaccessible information to my consumers and friends that are deaf. I am noticing that more and more talks are not being captioned or subtitled, could you please explain why this is happening? There is already a digital divide when it comes to people with disabilities accessing information on the web. I feel like TED should continue to role model accessibility for all people.