Video Description & Transcript:
  Speech Input to Enhance Writing

Title: [Speech Input to Enhance Writing]

David talks while facing the camera.

David: “The things that I’ve found really helpful have been speech-to-text programs, you know, you talk to your computer and it writes.”

A person wearing a headset is talking into a microphone while looking at a computer screen. As he speaks, each word is displayed on the computer screen.

Person working: “The University of Washington released the most comprehensive examination…”

David: “I’ve written papers at college in a quarter of the time that it would have taken me to type them by hand. With speech-to-text, I just say the word and it shows up on the screen.”

[Used with permission from:

DO-IT
University of Washington
206-685-DOIT (Voice/TTY)
206-221-4171 (FAX)

[http://www.washington.edu/doit]
[doit@u.washington.edu]
Director: Sheryl Burgstahler, Ph.D.

This clip is from “Universal Access to Computing”
Copyrighted 2000]