Video Captioning 

The Walker Center provides training and documentation for creating, editing, and captioning video course content. It is the responsibility of the instructor to verify the accuracy of the captions, and to edit those captions as needed.


YouTube is a video-sharing website owned by Google.  Users can upload videos (lecture capture, tutorials, assignments, etc.) to the site and share them with as many or as few users as they choose.  Faculty and staff are encouraged to use YouTube as an option to store video content they create and share with students.  YouTube can automatically generate closed captions for videos uploaded to the site, but may require editing.  Videos uploaded to YouTube can be viewed on smartphones and tablets, as well as laptops and desktop computers.

Faculty, staff, and students can create a YouTube channel for free, with unlimited storage using their Mocs+ Gmail account. For instructions on how to stup a YouTube channel, upload content, and create captions please refer to these tutorials:

YouTube instructor guide

YouTube captioning



The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga (UTC) owns Camtasia licenses for use by faculty to create accessible instructional video content that aligns with teaching and learning best practices. Camtasia is a software suite for the creation and editing of videos.  Camtasia is used as an enhanced screen capture tool, allowing for video/audio capture, visual additions, and closed-captioning creation.  Videos created using Camtasia can be saved in a variety of formats and uploaded to YouTube, Vimeo, or Mediasite.

UTC’s Camtasia licenses are managed by Information Technology. These licenses and are made available through SCCM/Casper software delivery to those faculty who have completed UTC’s Camtasia training . The Walker Center for Teaching and Learning (WCTL) manages Camtasia faculty training.  Faculty training involves completion of both a Camtasia online module and a 30-minute one-on-one session with a WCTL staff person. 

For more information about Camtasia, visit the UTC Camtasia website: