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SmartDollar wants to equip everyone to improve their financial wellness. So, we're working hard to serve our customers with Accessibility needs.
SmartDollar has Closed Captions for the Courses included in the program. https://www.smartdollar.com/app/courses
- Learn with SmartDollar
- Anxiety and Your Money
- Budgeting That Actually Works
- Know Yourself Know Your Money
- Borrowed Future Documentary
When you PLAY ▶︎ a video or audio file, you will see the Closed Caption option in the bottom right corner of the media player.
- Click on the CC button to enable English or Spanish
- Video transcripts are not available at this time
Most of the videos in the WATCH section will have Closed Captions but a few of the shorter ones may not. https://www.smartdollar.com/app/watch
The audio clips in the LISTEN section have the Show Recap button which will display a text summary of the content. https://www.smartdollar.com/app/listen
Obviously, the articles in the READ section will have text. https://www.smartdollar.com/app/read
The BABY STEPS section will have Closed Captions for the videos plus additional text at the bottom of each screen.
- All Steps
- Baby Step 1
- Baby Step 2
- Baby Step 3
- Baby Step 3b
- Baby Step 4
- Baby Step 5
- Baby Step 6
- Baby Step 7
Here's the example for All Steps:
Speak Text - Apple
Apple computers allow the user to highlight a block of text (blue), right-click the mouse, and select Speech > Start / Stop Speaking. The computer will then read the text out loud with the built-in voice mode. Windows computers may have a similar feature.
Accessibility and VoiceOver Options
Most electronic devices these days will have Accessibility options built-in for the visually and hearing impaired. Users can Google Search how to enable these options for their device if they're not already familiar with Accessibility technology.
Beginners need to be VERY careful about enabling Accessibility features on their own.
- Accessibility features completely change the way a user interacts with their device.
- Beginners should work with an experienced Accessibility user their first time.
- It's very easy to get lost in the VoiceOver mode or get locked out of a device.