Academic Transcription

Academic transcription of lectures benefits students.

Why Academic Transcription?

The purpose of academic lectures is to communicate retainable ideas to students. Academic transcription is helpful to both professors and students. For example, transcripts save professors time and brainpower during curriculum planning. Material for future class modules, work sheets, and lectures is easily built upon from existing academic transcripts. Academic transcription allows professors to have instant access to their previously formulated concepts and lessons.

Additionally, transcripts benefits students in their studies. It is estimated people only retain 25% of what they hear. Although note-taking during a lecture is helpful for kinesthetic learners, it still does not allow students to capture and retain all information. Providing your students with transcripts of recent lectures gives them the chance to process needed information through their primary learning style. This may include highlighting and diagramming lesson content (kinesthetic), re-reading out loud (auditory), or re-reading to imprint ideas in the mind “photographically” (visual).

Our Love of Theological Academics

At Christian Transcription Services, encouraging Bible-based students in their studies is our passion. Subsequently, we hire qualified students currently studying theology, apologetics, Christian worldview, and the like. Unlike other companies, we provide transcriptionists who not only love words but love the Word. By utilizing our services, your budgeted dollar essentially doubles in value. First, you receive quality academic transcripts for your organization. And second, you provide an income for those who are committed to furthering their education in ministry-related fields. Furthermore, your lectures are transcribed by people with a true interest in its content, thus helping educate more Christian leaders than your current students.

Learning Styles

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