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transcribe

(trăn-skrīb′)
tr.v. tran·scribed, tran·scribing, tran·scribes
1. To make a full written or typewritten copy of (dictated material, for example).
2. Biology To cause (DNA) to undergo transcription.

tran·scrib′a·ble adj.
tran·scrib′er n.
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Teachers of students with visual impairments and the students they teach also need adequate support from paraeducators and transcribers (Rosenblum & Amato, 2004).
The Braille Textbook Transcriber curriculum will provide students with the necessary general education coursework, applicable workforce skills and transcribing experience to successfully transcribe textbooks and learning materials in a standardized format.
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).
The $200,000 grant from Verizon Reads will assist AFB in the continued development and launch of the online community college-level courses designed to train transcribers to produce textbooks and instructional materials in braille.
In addition, braille printing houses and braille producers required skilled braille transcribers to oversee the production process, and social and economic trends combined to make such transcribers ever harder to find.
The first offering of the braille textbook transcriber curriculum began in the fall of 2002 at Northwest Vista College in San Antonio, TX, in cooperation with AFB and the Texas Education Agency, and is spreading across the United States.
In that sense too Liszt as Transcriber is a timely account of the communal, collaborative, competitive, and intertextual aspects of musical works, as revealed by Franz Liszt.
Through 4 years of college, Grace had worked as a medical transcriber at a local hospital.
Editor and transcriber Hayes teaches courses on oral history and Traveler/Roma history at the University of Limerick.
Laura, from Belgium, is now employed as an audio transcriber for the Newcastle company, and is getting invaluable work experience while carrying on her current studies - an MA in research methods.
It also includes a new grammar editor for building and testing grammars, a new transcriber to make performing transcription faster and a faster tester.