Thursday, October 11, 2007

Court Reporting: The art of perfection

Simply put court reporters don't miss a beat in recording every single word that is said. Just ask the professors who we've entrusted our children's' education with

"Some professors expressed concern that taking notes on computers rather than with a pen and paper is not conducive to learning.

"They become so nervous they actually become court reporters - they take down every word I say," said University of Washington law professor Maureen Howard, who once had a student e-mail her a nearly verbatim account of a lecture asking if she could fill in the missing words."

Enough said.

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