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Using TypeWell In Law School

This past academic year, I had the privilege to provide TypeWell services for a first-year law student. I’d like to share my thoughts about this experience in the hopes that it might open up new avenues of work for TypeWell transcribers, in subject areas that had previously been seen as too dense or high pressure for our meaning-for-meaning style.

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The Secrets of the PAL (Part 2)

I provided Steve with my own Personal Abbreviation List to get his analysis. I was surprised to find that certain words I had added were actually counter-productive. 

Steve put my entries into eight basic categories, two of which were bad. Here is his reasoning.

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The Secrets of The PAL (Part 1)

"I was thinking that transcribers hadn't been able to quickly identify the abbreviations that they use frequently and those they never use," says TypeWell co-founder Steve Colwell. "That was keeping them from maintaining their PALs effectively, both for pruning unused abbreviations, and for adding new ones such as for variant endings of abbreviations that have proved useful."

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Different classes, venues, and teamers? MultiPAL makes it easy.

Wouldn't it be great if you could have one personal abbreviation list (PAL) for Biology terms and a separate one for English? One of the coolest new features in TypeWell's V7 Transcriber software is that you can create an unlimited number of PALs,...

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