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transcriber

[tranz′krī·bər]
(computer science)
The equipment used to convert information from one form to another, as for converting computer input data to the medium and language used by the computer.
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Certified transcribers, non-certified transcribers, volunteers, paraeducators, and teachers of students with visual impairments transcribe braille materials for K-12 students (those in kindergarten through 12th grade), and their training and level of preparedness varies greatly (Corn & Wall, 2002; Herzberg & Stough, 2007; Rosenblum & Herzberg, 2011).
Since then, Tucker has hired several transcriber trainees who he is mentoring to become full-time transcribers.
As we know, Leopold Stokowski was not only a popular conductor, he also a tireless transcriber of some two hundred works for orchestra.
Transcriber es otro programa que nos ayuda en el proceso de transcripcion.
In taking responsibility for the performative aspect of testimonios--that is, exposing the potential power of the interviewer to redirect dialogue to emphasize her experiences over those of the subject--Mallon reveals her position as researcher, transcriber, and writer--in effect a producer of knowledge.
A third condition, one that seemed particularly controversial, was that the meeting be held without a transcriber to make an official record.
"With computers, a reporter doesn't have to spend time and effort finding a phone, sitting or standing at it for 15 or 20 minutes while a receptionist at the other end locates a transcriber, and then reading his or her story to said transcriber, who often gets a word or two wrong.
These issues came to the fore in the medical profession when it was disclosed on October 22, 2003, that a Pakistani transcriber of medical information threatened a medical center in San Francisco with posting patients' medical records online unless she received money she alleged was her due (www.sfgate.com).
Aileen Douglas's essay on Maria Edgeworth, for example, looks at her role as her father's copyist and transcriber, and her resistance to the notion that literary works were different from or inferior to other forms of writing.
If so, one is likely to be startled by the flatness of the record, and by the rampant errors and mishearings of the transcriber. The transcriber is a third party, an overhearing ear, someone who listens without a sense of inclusion and therefore with no response to inflection, no sense of context or history, and certainly no sense of wordplay.