June 5, 2023
America/Chicago timezone

Accessibility Information

ASL Interpreting and Captioning Services Instructions


Viewing ASL interpreter during presentations and open sessions:


The Zoom interpreter can be viewed in the gallery mode.  We recommend using the Zoom feature to pin the ASL interpreter to your screen so you can view both the presentation slides and the interpreter. You can also resize the screen between the slides and the interpreter. 

You will find the interpreters by name in zoom:

  • Elaine Kleemann
  • Rhonda Cunningham

Note: they will be alternating between presentations and may rename themselves as ASL interpreters.

We recommend consulting zoom instruction here: Pinning participants' videos – Zoom Support (https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/201362743-Pinning-participants-videos) on the best way to pin the presenter and ASL interpreter.


Viewing Caption services during the presentations and open sessions:


Captioning Services:  For this event, caption services are provided by StreamText (Julia King) via a separate website. Use this link: https://www.streamtext.net/player?event=LawrenceBerkeley_3618237 --- to view all live captioning. Captioning will not appear in zoom on the screen.  This service provides you the ability to review, scroll back on previous transcriptions.