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Nottingham Trent University seek tender responses from suppliers for the supply of sign language and transcribing services.
It aims to define transcribing and outline progress being made by NZNO and others to address problems members are experiencing with transcribing.
states do not have a sufficient number of certified braille transcribers and hence use a variety of alternatively trained personnel for transcribing instructional materials in braille for students (Corn & Wall, 2002).
Transcribing IVR dialogs to insert in a database for future searches
QA I have started doing a lot of interviews for my Website but I am still transcribing the information the old-fashioned way (via tape playback), which is time consuming.
Often, transcribing the genetic information encoded in DNA into matching RNA molecules is the first step in making a protein based on the gene.
She examines both conceptual and technical choices that are made--if not carefully, then carelessly--when transcribing speech as part of a research or preservation project.
The Language of God in the Universe is the first in a four-part series by Bible scholar, historian, and astronomer Helena Lehman transcribing how God reveals Himself through creation.
Given the time constraints on most educators the idea of spending time transcribing is often a major deterrent from an activity like a focus group.
IRS employees never enter apostrophes in names when transcribing paper returns, according to Ted Meyer, compliance program manager for the IRS Small Business, Self-Employed Division.
The Crown Office ordered evidence to Dingwall last month over concerns that too much time was being spent transcribing tapes in Glasgow.
Galilei's book is much more than a description of how to set music for the lute: he viewed intabulation not as an end in itself but as an ideal means of studying music and counseled transcribing polyphonic music in a form as close as possible to the vocal original.