has provided us with the opportunity to incorporate digital reporting into our programs, something that is vital in today’s rapidly changing industry. Through Stenograph’s technology
, our students are able to learn how to capture records using digital means, as well as voice and stenography. This has opened up new opportunities for them in terms of employment after graduation and has made them even more competitive in the job market. Stenograph has also been a great support system for our programs. They have helped us with marketing efforts and have provided us with resources that we can use to promote our programs to potential students. Their expertise in the industry has also been invaluable in helping us stay up-to-date with the latest developments and trends. One of the biggest impacts of Stenograph on our programs is their commitment to quality education. As an industry leader, they understand the importance of providing high-quality training to future reporters, and they strive to help institutions like ours achieve this goal. This aligns perfectly with our own mission as accredited schools – we want to prepare students for successful careers by providing them with top-notch education. Overall, Stenograph has played a critical role in helping prepare tomorrow’s digital reporting workforce. With their help, we are able to offer innovative training solutions that incorporate new technologies while still maintaining the high standards set by traditional stenography methods. The support they provide helps ensure that we can continue offering these valuable programs while meeting industry demands for skilled professionals. As technology continues to evolve at a rapid pace, it’s clear that digital reporting will continue gaining importance within the legal field. Programs like those at Tri-C and Clark State are working hard every day not only preparing students for these changes but also contributing valuable insights into what these changes mean for court reporters everywhere. In conclusion, Kelly Moranze from Tri-C and Robin Hennigan from Clark State shared insightful information about their college’s captioning and court reporting program partnership with Stenograph, thereby creating a digital reporting workforce that will be of immense value to the industry. Their efforts align with industry demands for skilled professionals in the legal field and provide valuable insights into how changes in technology are impacting court reporting. The support provided by Stenograph has been invaluable in helping these colleges continue offering valuable programs while maintaining high standards set by traditional stenography methods while incorporating new technologies. As more colleges across the nation join forces with leaders like Stenograph, we can look forward to a future where well-trained professionals abound in this critical field.