Realtime Theory I, ev360 Educational Solutions By Kay Moody, Good Condition
This is a used book in Good condition. Cover and binding in great condition. May contain some writing and highlighting that does not obscure the text of the book. Photo is not actual book.
Welcome to ev360 Educational Solutions Realtime Theory I for beginning students. The basic concepts in this method are not new or unique, but they are based on the fundamental machine shorthand theory developed by Ward Stone Ireland in the late 1800s and the ever-evolving machine shorthand principles of writing from the ‘70s and ‘80s when students were able to finish court reporting school in two years or less. For many years, the administrators and teaching staff at the College of Court Reporting have attended seminars and conducted in-service meetings to update and develop theory principles to incorporate the latest technology that uses artificial intelligence for court reporters, broadcast captioning, and CART reporting.
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