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May 2012 IN THIS ISSUE: “Technology Impact” Video Series Interpersonal Communication Using an iPad to Recreate a Scene in a Deposition Fanfare for the Comma Man Realtime Coach Turning off Read Mode While Viewing PDFs From the President
In this issue we have included several short videos to keep you informed about back-up technology for your notes and transcripts. These are the first of the “Technology Impact” series presented by Sandy Bunch VanderPol, past president of the California Court Reporters Association. Be one of the first to receive notifiation of the release of upcoming valuable videos by clicking here to become a member. Although the codes mentioned come from CA law and may not be applicable to other jurisdictions, the technology she reviews is highly applicable and useful to everyone.
The theme for the 2012 NCRA Annual Convention & Exposition in Philadelphia this August is “Dream, Believe, Inspire.” NCRA has put together a program that is intended to take you further on your career path toward an improved quality of life. I encourage you to register for this inspiring event, and join reporters from around the country for a weekend of court reporter fun.
Your commitment to serving our clients nationwide in a high quality manner is very appreciated, and your dedication and diligence doesn’t go unnoticed.
“Technology Impact” Video Series
By Sandy Bunch VanderPol
Are you behind in the reporting profession’s technology? Are you struggling to make time to learn about new technology and stay educated on existing technology? Do you need an occasional reminder on how to make your job easier with technology?
If you answered “Yes” to any one of these questions, you will not want to miss the California Court Reporters Association’s “Technology Impact” YouTube Series.
Below are the first three installments containing much valuable information.
By Des Whitehorn
The most effective communicators use a style that can change on each occasion and be adapted for each individual. This brings out the best in everyone, especially if you are a manager or team leader. These skills need continual practice and fine tuning until they become a natural response which is seen by others as appropriate across a wide range of situations. So here are the top ten tips to help you:
“Using an iPad to Recreate
a Scene in a Deposition”
“Fanfare for the Comma Man”
LEGAL TERM KNOWLEDGE
1. Replevy: What must I do?
2. Capias ad respondendum: When can I get out of jail?
3. Quo warranto: What is the Judge asking?
4. Ratio decidendi: After careful consideration, the Judges of the Court of Appeals _______.
5. Certiorari: What does the Supreme Court want?
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