University of Connecticut
UCIS provides Interpreting & CART / Captioning Services for all UConn campuses,
Both in person and/or in a remote capacity (on video platforms).
For questions, guidance, or scheduling, please contact us.
University of Connecticut Interpreting Services (UCIS) cultivates universal inclusion and meaningful access by ensuring a comprehensively accessible educational environment for d/Deaf and hard of hearing students, faculty, staff, and visitors through the provision of exceptional communication access services, leading technologies, community-building enterprises, and educational programming that respond to the dynamic academic, professional, and cultural demands of a public research university.
- What about the Emotional Impact when Captions Disappear?The Limping Chicken The world’s most popular deaf blog! Laying eggs since 2012 Charlotte Hyde: What about the emotional impact when subtitles disappear? I think I speak for every deaf person when I say I love captions. The events of the past month have only made me appreciate them more. I think enough has been […]
- Unmasking My Deaf Experience During Covid-19In class, I cannot get close enough to read people’s lips behind the face shields because of social distancing rules, Kevin Garrison writes, so my students are increasingly silent. By Kevin Garrison October 8, 2020 I am a 39-year-old white male professor in a department of English and modern languages at a regional institution in […]
- UCIS and ASL Open House 2019This year, UConn Interpreting Services will be about the new ASL major and developments within our interpreting services on October 3rd from 4 PM to 7 PM located in the Heritage Room (fourth floor of Homer Babbidge Library). All are welcomed to RSVP on our Facebook (@UConnInterpretingServices) or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Hope to see […]