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Transcribe

To take dictation of speech and put it into an electronic or written format. Transcription businesses are common in the legal and medical fields; for example, one may hire a company to transcribe court records.
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Currently, the most significant challenge facing the network is retaining former offenders as braille transcribers upon release from prison.
Post hoc Tukey tests indicated that the transcribers were more accurate than other job role groups on the third-grade worksheet.
One way in which Seeger distinguishes herself as a transcriber is in her persistent questioning of concepts that many take for granted.
Therefore, textbook transcribers must learn to create tactile graphics through trial and error, from other transcribers, or by studying the small amount of available literature on the topic.
Dedicated transcribers and other specialists in quality control put a great effort for the solidity of the company.
They were brailled by transcribers, and they occupied an enormous amount of space on the shelves of my classroom, sandwiched under my bed at home, and anywhere else we managed to squeeze them.
Once MobiDic's transcribers with Tier 4 security save your document, they are locked out, securing your client's information.
The transcribers get paid hourly for the work done.
Teachers of students with visual impairments and the students they teach also need adequate support from paraeducators and transcribers (Rosenblum & Amato, 2004).
Mo Gioacchino Longobardi, President of the Neapolitan Music Society, and his colleague Maestro Alberto Vitolo are arguably the world's leading transcribers and elaborators of Neapolitan masterpieces for performance by modern musicians.
The use of braille transcribers appears to be increasing in the United States.
Working with phonetic transcribers worldwide, the new DEFIGS capabilities boast robust pronunciation data garnered from native speakers.