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Speech and Audio to Text

Speech and Audio to Text

Nonstop MOOC on methods and technologies for accessibility
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Description

This course is part of the larger module "Methods and technologies for accessibility and their evaluation" which consists of over 25 modules (1 ECT each). If you want to become an expert at creating digitally accessible services, make sure to check them out.

Study format
Online
Application period
6 August 2023 – 1 December 2024
Study period
6 August 2023 – 31 December 2024
Credits
1 ECTS
Pace
0%
Hosting university
Tampere University

Learning outcomes

Learning Outcome 1

The student will know the basic principles of audio and speech captioning.

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Learning Outcome 2

The student will understand differences between human and machine-produced methods and captions.

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Learning Outcome 3

The student will have basic knowledge of how to produce text alternatives for speech and audio.

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Information

The course covers the basic principles and methods of translating speech and audio to text. Both human-led methods and automatic technologies are introduced, including audio captioning, print interpreting, speech recognition, re-speaking.

Hosting university

Tampere University

Tampere University