Bwoop Bwoop! Attention all Vimeo users that need subtitles – Amara wants to help!

Hello Amara Community, As of November 1st, the support for our integration with Vimeo was discontinued.  This means that you will no longer be able to create or order professionally made Amara On Demand subtitles within Vimeo.  But wait!  You can still do all of that same awesome stuff directly at Amara.org, plus a lot … Continue reading Bwoop Bwoop! Attention all Vimeo users that need subtitles – Amara wants to help!

International Translation Day – Stories from the Amara Community

We can’t believe it’s almost been one month since International Translation Day!  It was amazing to hear from so many people around the globe about how subtitles have impacted their lives, and as one last ITD2016 hurrah, we’ve collected our favorite quotes from each story and listed them below.  Or if you’d like, take a … Continue reading International Translation Day – Stories from the Amara Community

This International Translation Day, we want to hear from you!

Help us celebrate the positive change that subtitles and translations bring to the world! The 30th of September is International Translation Day, and we want to use this occasion to celebrate the importance that subtitles have in people’s everyday lives. How can you participate in the celebration? Share your story with us! Tell us how … Continue reading This International Translation Day, we want to hear from you!

Happy International Translation Day! Here’s how to join the fun…

Happy International Translation Day! Join us in appreciating translators around the globe for their work to connect us through language, and broaden our understanding of the world beyond our native tongue. Today, we decided to go a step further, and highlight open translation communities, which help bridge barriers to communication and make videos available around … Continue reading Happy International Translation Day! Here’s how to join the fun…

University of Washington’s DOIT program pushes accessibility forward

The University of Washington's DOIT program (Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking, and Technology) has a beautiful wealth of resources, videos, and programs aimed to help students, employers, and educators promote inclusion and success for people with disabilities. The recently redesigned DOIT website includes resources for people with disabilities, such as scholarship opportunities, reading materials, and community directories. … Continue reading University of Washington’s DOIT program pushes accessibility forward