RR310: Realtime Reporting Machine Shorthand V (160 WPM)
RR310: Realtime Reporting Machine Shorthand V (160 WPM) - 4 Hours
Through extensive drills on unfamiliar material which includes current events and timed writings, the student will be able to pass two five-minute tests at 120 wpm on literary material, 140 wpm on jury charge material, and 160 wpm on two-voice testimony material. Each test must be transcribed with 95 percent accuracy. Emphasis is placed on jury charge, literary, medical, technical, and two-voice testimony. Emphasis is also placed on the ability to write conflict-free outlines with accuracy and to read notes fluently. Laboratory tape sessions augment classroom dictation and instruction.
2016 Winter Term (November 7th, 2016–February 12th, 2017)
|RR310: Realtime Reporting Machine Shorthand V (160 WPM)||D||Hovick-Thomas, Theresa||230||M,W 10:05am–11:50am|
Number of classes: 1