The Tech Show

Recorded On: 07/31/2021

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In this session, Technology Committee members will provide a look at some of the different gadgets and software court reporters and captioners use and share what to look for in the gadgets, apps, software, and other items that help you do your job better. This session will be helpful for anyone involved in the production of realtime feeds or transcripts, including officials, freelancers, and captioners. The panelists will also answer questions to help you learn ways to maximize technology to increase your productivity and overall effectiveness on the job. Total CEU 0.1

Alan Peacock

Alan Peacock, FAPR, RDR, CRR, CRC, began his reporting career in 1987 after he attended Biggers College of Court Reporting in New Orleans, La. In 1991, when captioning was in its infancy, Alan moved to Atlanta, Ga., to work with Judy and Mike Brentano to provide live captioning on site at WXIA, one of the first stations to provide realtime captioning.While in Atlanta, Alan also trained as a CART provider, even using a 286 DOS computer. He also was one of the first reporters to provide realtime CAT in the deposition setting in Atlanta, Ga. Since that time, Alan has continued to stay focused in all three disciplines of stenography - captioning, CART, and realtime reporting. He is past president of the Alabama Court Reporters Association and currently serves on the Alabama Board of Court Reporters, the governmental licensing body in Alabama, as well as Chair of the Technology Committee for NCRA.

Suzanne Trimble, RPR, CRR

Suzanne Trimble is an official court reporter for U.S. District Court, stationed in Orlando, Fla. For most of her 24-year career, she has served as an official reporter for both state and federal courts. Trimble has been a member of NCRA since 1997 and is currently a member of NCRA’s Technology Committee.

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The Tech Show
Recorded 07/31/2021
Recorded 07/31/2021 In this session, Technology Committee members will provide a look at some of the different gadgets and software court reporters and captioners use and share what to look for in the gadgets, apps, software, and other items that help you do your job better. This session will be helpful for anyone involved in the production of realtime feeds or transcripts, including officials, freelancers, and captioners. The panelists will also answer questions to help you learn ways to maximize technology to increase your productivity and overall effectiveness on the job.
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2 Questions  |  2 attempts  |  100/100 points to pass To receive 0.1 CEU credit, you must answer both questions correctly. If you miss one, you will have one more attempt. If both attempts are unsuccessful, you will be required to repurchase the test at $10.
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