Class Schedule

RR114 Section D - 2014 Spring Term

RR114: Theory of Machine Shorthand I - 4 Hours

Phoenix Theory is a computer-compatible, conflict-free, machine shorthand theory. Many conflicts and ambiguities that were acceptable prior to the use of computers to translate Stenograph outlines are identified and resolved. Emphasis is placed on the ability to write conflict-free machine shorthand with accuracy and to read notes fluently. Students learn the Phoenix Theory system of writing the spoken language of English in machine shorthand. Students learn how to write all sounds for words in the English language, abbreviations, phrases, numbers, and all other elements necessary to write the spoken or written word. Skill is progressively built through a series of lectures and exercises designed to facilitate mental recall and physical skill.

Teresa Ozuna

Teresa Ozuna
Title: Coordinator, Realtime Reporting
Dept: Realtime Reporting
Office: 228
Phone: (309) 692-4092 x2281
Fax: (309) 692-3893
Email: tozuna@midstate.edu

Section Information

Section: D
Format: On-Campus
Time: Tu,Th 10:05am–11:50am
Room: 230
Seats Filled: 1 of 10

Sections Offered

2014 Spring Term (February 24th, 2014–May 18th, 2014)
Course Section Instructor Location Time
RR114: Theory of Machine Shorthand I D Ozuna, Teresa 230 Tu,Th 10:05am–11:50am

Number of classes: 1