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Blended learning

By Carol Adams The COVID-19 pandemic has changed education in our country. The quarantine forced schools to create online content quickly so students could continue their education virtually. Some teachers had to learn how to navigate the distance learning environment along with their students. Now that individual states are beginning to lift stay-at-home restrictions, many institutions are trying to balance how to offer face-to-face classes … [Continue reading...]

Students and teachers learn to cope with COVID-19

When stay-at-home orders were put in place across the country, brick-and-mortar schools were forced to shut their doors. The last couple of months have been challenging, but court reporting programs have found ways to adapt and serve the needs of their students during this unusual time. Whether they already had online programs in place, or are starting from scratch, everyone is learning to transition. Up-to-Speed asked teachers and students, “How … [Continue reading...]

Reopening the legal world after the COVID-19 quarantine

By Early Langley The learning curve that courts face I recently shared with the Presiding Asbestos Calendar Judge of Alameda County, Calif., a few of my thoughts on what reopening courtrooms for jury trials would be like. My email to her was prompted by confusion in everyone’s minds about where and how to start the reopening. Based on reporting remote informal discovery/scheduling conferences in her department, I knew that the courts were … [Continue reading...]

Reopening the legal world after the COVID-19 quarantine

By Early Langley The learning curve that courts face I recently shared with the Presiding Asbestos Calendar Judge of Alameda County, Calif., a few of my thoughts on what reopening courtrooms for jury trials would be like. My email to her was prompted by confusion in everyone’s minds about where and how to start the reopening. Based on reporting remote informal discovery/scheduling conferences in her department, I knew that the courts were … [Continue reading...]

Blended learning

By Carol Adams The COVID-19 pandemic has changed education in our country. The quarantine forced schools to create online content quickly so students could continue their education virtually. Some teachers had to learn how to navigate the distance learning environment along with their students. Now that individual states are beginning to lift stay-at-home restrictions, many institutions are trying to balance how to offer face-to-face classes … [Continue reading...]

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Working through COVID-19

Here's a collection of materials to help you through the days ahead. We've also collected some from other websites. Legislative information How the … [Read More...]

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Blended learning

By Carol Adams The COVID-19 pandemic has changed education in our country. The quarantine forced schools to create online content quickly so … [Read More...]

Students and teachers learn to cope with COVID-19

When stay-at-home orders were put in place across the country, brick-and-mortar schools were forced to shut their doors. The last couple of months … [Read More...]

Facebook group celebrates certifications

Margary Rogers, RPR, CRI, recently started the Facebook group Stenographers Leveling up with Certifications. She talked to the JCR Weekly about what … [Read More...]

Reopening the legal world after the COVID-19 quarantine

By Early Langley The learning curve that courts face I recently shared with the Presiding Asbestos Calendar Judge of Alameda County, Calif., a … [Read More...]

Swag update: new items added to the NCRA Merchandise Shop

A number of new items have been added to the NCRA Merchandise Shop including adult and youth-size face masks that can be customized with the NCRA, … [Read More...]

Life as we knew it

By William Romanishin As I sit here looking out I’m not sure what to do but pout About the way life has surely changed And everything I … [Read More...]

Conducting meetings and depositions by remote means

By David Herrera and Jason Meadors This article was developed by looking at the Colorado rules and regulations. Others in different localities may … [Read More...]

Register now for the May NCRA Town Hall

Register now for the next virtual NCRA Town Hall, scheduled for Saturday, May 30, at 10 a.m. (Eastern) with NCRA President Max Curry, RPR, CRI. … [Read More...]

Depositions go virtual during pandemic, may remain that way

NCRA President Max Curry, RPR, CRI, President-elect Christine Phipps, RPR, and NCRF Trustee Marjorie Peters, FAPR, RMR, CRR, were quoted in an article … [Read More...]

Pennsylvania Court Reporters Association names new president

The Central Penn Business Journal reported on May 20 that NCRA member Linda C. Larson, RPR, CRI, a court reporter and owner of Premier Reporting in … [Read More...]

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