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The Disability Resource Center will be CLOSED for university holidays on the following dates/times:

Thursday, December 24th - Friday, January 1st

We will also observe reduced hours of operation during winter break. From December 14th - January 8th, our hours will be Monday through Friday 9 am - 4 pm, unless closed for the holidays listed above.

In light of Campus policy and safety measures regarding COVID-19, we are primarily working remotely to support our campus community. We ask for your patience as some services may be limited and response time may increase. Staff are working diligently to respond to inquiries as quickly as possible. We appreciate your understanding as we prioritize health and safety. For the latest updates, please visit unco.edu/coronavirus/.

Captioning

For assistance determining if your materials have captions, please see our Captioning Quick Start Guide. If you are creating lectures via Panopto please see this Video about how to caption. If you have a request from a student in your course for Captioning or Transcripts, please complete the Captioned Materials Request Form.

For larger files, please upload them via the request form. If your video file is too large to be uploaded (>16MB) please share a One Drive link with DRCTechnology@unco.edu, you may also bring it in to the Disability Resource Center office on a flash drive or DVD.

If you have any questions regarding Captioning, please contact DRCTechnology@unco.edu, or call at 970 351-2289. 

Accepted File Types

DRC can send off the following file types to be captioned:

  • .AIFF
  • .ASF
  • .AVI
  • .FLV
  • .F4V
  • .MOV
  • .MPG
  • .MP3
  • .MP4
  • .MTS
  • .M2T
  • .M4A
  • .M4B
  • .M4V
  • .RA
  • .RM
  • .WAV
  • .WEBM VP8/VP9
  • .WMA
  • .WMV
  • DVDs (please allow 4-6 weeks for processing)
  • YouTube Clips

 If the file type is not listed above, we cannot accept it. (i.e. links other than YouTube, VHS tapes, and cassette tapes)

For more information about captioning, please see the UNC Captioning Policy.