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User Review of New Short Course: "Grammatically Speaking"

Can you remember the last time a training session made you legitimately laugh? Yeah, me neither. Maybe it’s the inside jokes or maybe it’s a shared sense of humor, but TypeWell’s newest LEO course, Grammatically Speaking: Lists & Serial Elements, is not only hilarious but highly informative...

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What Do Employers Seek in You?

Randi Hecht, owner and founder of Intellitext, explains how a TypeWell transcriber's résumé, social media presence, and professional image can impress (or turn off) prospective employers ...  

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A Time Management Course Worth Every Second

A disability services coordinator took a sneak preview of TypeWell’s new Short Course on time management and explains why this fresh take on the age-old "art" of work-life balance might be just the thing you need this semester...

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Coordinator Spotlight: Tina Cowsert at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

I interviewed Tina Cowsert recently about her process of acclimation to her new position as Access Specialist for Deaf/HOH and Blind/Low Vision students at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. 

Disability Resources and Educational Services (DRES) is a bustling and extensive department, and I was aware that TypeWell was likely only a small portion of Tina's position, particularly in the first few weeks, so I checked in with her about two months after her start date for this interview.

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Pilot Co-Op Class Begins November 2014

We're looking forward to offering several online continuing education opportunities for professional TypeWell transcribers and disability service coordinators. These will take place in a new section of our website called “LEO” (short for “Learning & Enrichment Online”). 

The course offerings will begin in earnest in Spring 2015, but the pilot class beginning this month marks our soft launch.

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