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Have any of you signed up for Margie Wakeman Wells' new web site? She has an English grammar blog going on over there, and she is also talking about possibly doing some webinars. It's at…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Mary Ann Payonk Jul 21, 2012.
How do you all feel about using preference sheets sent to you by a scopist? I've had several reporters lately that are just looking for someone to help them out with a rush, and no one seems to have…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Cindy Clark Apr 10, 2012.
Hi! My name is Cindy Clark, and I live and work in beautiful Sandy, Utah.
I attended Internet Scoping School (ISS) nearly ten years ago. I decided on this school after a thorough investigation of the other options out there. I found ISS to be the most thorough in teaching about punctuating the spoken word, reading steno, running a business, using Case CATalyst, as well as extensive training in various forms of transcripts. The course also goes into great detail on how to best serve a court reporter in my capacity as his/her scopist or proofreader.
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I had a busy but interesting day today. I spent 5 hours doing some medical transcription work, another 3+ hours on a rush rough on a ptsd lawsuit, and then a little over an hour on a scoping job -- although most of the scoping had already been done and all that was left was a bit of research on some medical terms. Interesting stuff! I love my job! No getting bored with day-to-day, same-old, same-old!
Posted on March 20, 2012 at 22:03 — 3 Comments