As court reporting and machine shorthand writing advance into the twenty-first century with concepts of realtime writing and instantaneous video transcription, it is absolutely necessary that machine shorthand theory adapt to the changing technology. Thus the Realwrite/realtime theory, the first of its kind, was created solely for the realtime writing and immediate transcription by computer. This theory has been approved for instructional purposes in reporting programs by the Theory Text Task Force of the Council on Approved Student Education of the National Court Reporters Association. In this 2nd edition, the author guides students with 48 lessons containing this basic theory.
|Publication date:||23rd October 2003|
|Author:||Robert W. McCormick, Carolee Freer|
|Publisher:||Pearson an imprint of Pearson Education (US)|
|Categories:||Secretarial, clerical & office skills,|