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ASL Pop-up Player

DCMP members often request the addition of American Sign Language interpretation as an accessibility feature. To this end, we're excited to present the ASL Pop-up! Select videos now include ASL interpretation through a pop-up window. From DCMP Help Center

ASL Training Resources for Parents and Educators

The DCMP has a huge collection of ASL training materials for qualifying parents, teachers, and educational interpreters. Interpreters can earn CEUs through the use of DCMP's Online Workshops. about parents, educators, ASL

Major Upgrades for DCMP's ASL Pop-Up Player

We’re excited to announce important upgrades in our ASL Pop-Up, a secondary video player that provides American Sign Language interpretation of video content. While we’ve been busy adding ASL to hundreds of videos in the DCMP streaming library, we’ve also been developing new ways to improve the user experience for our members. From about ASL, technology

RCAA Dr Seuss Videos With Captions, Audio Description, and ASL Translation

DCMP offers members a DVD with several captioned Dr. Seuss videos in the order form below. You can either borrow this DVD or stream them on demand through DCMP's website. The streaming videos also feature audio description and American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation, but the DVDs do not. From about rcaa

Online Workshops

The following workshops are available for continuing education credit. Certain workshops have been approved for RID (Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf) and ACVREP (Academy for Certification of Vision Rehabilitation & Education Professionals) credit. Upon successful completion of a workshop, you will receive a certificate, which can be used with other credentialing organizations. If you have any questions, please contact us at From DCMP Help Center

Using myASLTech with Clips and Lessons

myASLTech, a unique suite of assistive technology tools for creating educational materials, offers a membership discount through DCMP. If you're a DCMP member, you can import educational materials created with myASLTech into DCMP's Clips and Lessons. From DCMP Help Center

DCMP: A Valuable Media Resource for Educators and Parents

We're excited to share with you a free educational resource for students with disabilities: The Described and Captioned Media Program. about asl-interpreters, parents, educators

Captioning and Interpreting of Films and Videos: Do Both Have a Place?

Author Sheila Chapman, a registered interpreter, relates her experiences in interpreting films and videos, some tips for an interpreter to prepare for this type of interpreting, and reasons why captioning is better. From Sheila Chapman about asl-interpreters, captioning

The CMP Captions Videos for the SignWriting Literacy Project

[Editor's note: This article was written in 2004 and has since been archived. Some of the information contained therein may be outdated. The CMP is now the DCMP.] From Valerie Sutton about consumers, literacy, asl-interpreters

Interpreters and the DCMP: They Help Busy Teachers

I am an interpreter in the Michigan public schools. When I began interpreting at the secondary school level in 1996, I discovered that the majority of our media center's video collection was NOT captioned, even though we were a large, urban school with a center-based deaf education program for many years! Since then I have moved into an elementary placement, where I discovered a similar lack of captioned media. From Leslie Darling about asl-interpreters, educators

Celebrate Deaf Culture with Accessible Media

Last full week of September Purpose: To commemorate the first World Congress of the Deaf (1951) and to celebrate Deaf Culture about history, asl-interpreters, parents, educators

Accessible Videos and Resources for Families and Educators in Early Childhood Education

DCMP provides resources to support early intervention and early childhood special education for educators, families, and support personnel with children with a disability. These resources can be used as remote learning tools, family resources, and professional development opportunities. From about parents, topic-playlist, educators, ASL

Captioning, Audio Description, and American Sign Language Services

DCMP is proud to partner with hundreds of top educational and broadcast content creators and distributors, making important STEM programming accessible for young people with disabilities. This includes those who are blind, visually impaired, deaf, hard of hearing, and deaf-blind. Our partners include Fred Rogers Productions, Schoolyard Films, Paramount Global, science communicator Emily Calandrelli, PBS Digital Studios, and many more. From about description, captioning, producers-and-distributors, standards, partners, ASL