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Huntington Junior College Realtime Reporting

RR 184 Realtime Theory I/8 (30-30)
Introduces students to realtime writing theory, the correct operation of the stenotype machine, correct posture, and dictation. Students will begin to produce instantaneous text.

RR 185 Realtime Theory II/8 (30-30)
Continues the development of students using realtime writing theory. Students are introduced to new principles, techniques, increased vocabulary, and additional writing speeds.
Prerequisite: RR 184

RR 186 Realtime Theory III/8 (30-30)
Builds on the skill developed in RR 185. Students review principles of realtime writing theory. Introduces students to speedbuilding drills and techniques in question and answer, literary dictation, arbitraries, phrases, and specialized terminology. The speed objective is 60 wpm.
Prerequisite: RR 184 & RR 185

RR 100 Multimedia Lab/4 (20-40)
Provides students with the opportunity to enhance their realtime writing skills. Students will utilize a variety of technologies that simulate professional opportunities. The speed objective is 80 wpm.
Prerequisite: RR 186

RR 101 Realtime Multi-voice Dictation/4 (20-40)
Continues speedbuilding drills and practice in question and answer testimony. The speed objective is 80 wpm.
Prerequisite: RR 186

RR 103 Realtime Solid Dictation/ (20-40)
Continues speedbuilding drills and practice in jury charge and literary dictation. The speed objective is 80 wpm.
Prerequisite: RR 186

RR 105 Realtime Captioning Technology I/4 (20-40)
Students are introduced to the principles involved in broadcast captioning and CART. Emphasis is placed on dictionary building and speedbuilding through dictation and utilization of multimedia labs. Speed objective is 120 wpm.
Prerequisite: RR 401 & RR 403

RR 106 Realtime Captioning Technology II/4 (20-40)
Continues to develop studentsí skills in broadcast captioning and CART. Emphasis is placed on dictionary building and speedbuilding through dictation and utilization of multimedia labs. Speed objective is 140 wpm.
Prerequisite: RR 105

RR 107 Realtime Captioning Technology III/4 (20-40)
Enhances studentsí skills in broadcast captioning and CART. Emphasis is placed on speedbuilding through dictation and utilization of multimedia labs. Speed objective is 160 wpm.
Prerequisite: RR 106

RR 108 Realtime Captioning Technology IV/4 (20-40)
Enhances studentsí skills in broadcast captioning and CART. Emphasis is placed on speedbuilding through dictation and utilization of multimedia labs. Speed objective is 180 wpm.
Prerequisite: RR 107

RR 109 Introduction to Broadcasting/4 (20-40)
Introduces the field of broadcasting and the role of a broadcast captioner. Students gain knowledge of FCC regulations and captioning guidelines, such as caption placement, presentation and style guidelines, and equipment set-up and maintenance. The students learn how to evaluate their captioning/CART skills.
Prerequisite: 140 WPM

RR 115 Broadcast Production I/4 (20-40)
Students will utilize the captioning/CART labs to simulate a live captioning/CART session. Students will learn basic captioning placement, speaker ID, formats, terminology, and research methods.
Prerequisite: RR 109

RR 116 Dictionary Development I/4 (20-40)
Students learn techniques required to build and manage realtime dictionaries through research and build word lists in subjects related to broadcast captioning and CART. This course will teach the student to manage various dictionaries needed for captioning/CART services.
Prerequisite: 140 WPM

RR 201 Realtime Multi-voice Dictation/4 (20-40)
Continues speedbuilding drills and practice in question and answer testimony. The speed objective is 100 wpm.
Prerequisite: RR 101

RR 202 Realtime Multimedia Lab/4 (20-40)
Provides students with the opportunity to enhance their realtime writing skills. Students will utilize a variety of technologies that simulate professional opportunities. The speed objective is 100 wpm.

RR 203 Realtime Solid Dictation/4 (20-40)M
Continues speedbuilding drills and practice in literary dictation. The speed objective is 100 wpm.
Prerequisite: RR 103

RR 295 Realtime Reporting Punctuation/4
Presents students with a knowledge of correctly punctuating the spoken word.

RR 296 Reporter Procedures I/4
This course provides an in-depth study of the role of the reporter in trials, CART, and captioning. Emphasis is placed on the NCRA Code of Professional Ethics, web research, the differences between voice writing and steno writing, the tools of the trade, and reporting associations and testing.

RR 297 Reporter Procedures II/4
This course provides an in-depth study of the role of the reporter in trials and depositions. Emphasis is placed on procedures in the courtroom and the deposition setting.
Prerequisite: RR 296

RR 299 Computer-Aided Transcription/4 (20-40)
Introduces students to computer-aided transcription software through lecture, discussion, and hands-on practice. Students gain understanding and facility in using a computerized stenotype machine and computer hardware and software applications available to realtime reporters.
Prerequisite: RR 186

RR 300 Judicial Reporting Internship/0
Includes forty hours in actual writing time under the direction and verification of a practicing judicial reporter. Upon completion of internship experience, a narrative report summarizing the experience plus the preparation of a forty page salable transcript is produced for course evaluation only. Twenty pages must be taken from the freelance experience and twenty pages from the officialship experience.
Prerequisite: RR 601

RR 301 Realtime Multi-voice Dictation/4 (20-40)
Continues speedbuilding drills and practice in question and answer testimony. The speed objective is 120 wpm.
Prerequisite: RR 201

RR302 Realtime Multimedia Lab/4 (20-40)
Provides students with the opportunity to enhance their realtime writing skills. Students will utilize a variety of technologies that simulate professional opportunities. The speed objective is 120 wpm.

RR 303 Realtime Solid Dictation/4 (20-40)
Continues speedbuilding drills and practice in literary dictation. The speed objective is 120 wpm.
Prerequisite: RR 203

RR 305 Broadcast Captioning/CART Internship/0
Includes 40 hours broadcast captioning/CART experience under the supervision of a broadcast captioner/CART writer or an institutional instructor. Students will produce three unedited fifteen minute takes captioned/CART translations for educational grading purposes. Student will complete a minimum of 25 verified hours of writing and 15 hours of research and dictionary preparation during the internship experience.
Prerequisite: RR 107

RR 401 Realtime Multi-voice Dictation/4 (20-40)
Continues speedbuilding drills and practice in question and answer testimony. The speed objective is 140 wpm.
Prerequisite: RR 301

RR 402 Realtime Multimedia Lab/4 (20-40)
Provides students with the opportunity to enhance their realtime writing skills. Students will utilize a variety of technologies that simulate professional opportunities. The speed objective is 140 wpm.

RR 403 Realtime Solid Dictation/4 (20-40)
Continues speedbuilding drills and practice in literary dictation. The speed objective is 140 wpm.
Prerequisite: RR 303

RR 501 Realtime Multi-voice Dictation/4 (20-40)
Continues speedbuilding drills and practice in question and answer testimony. The speed objective is 160 wpm.
Prerequisite: RR 401

RR 502 Realtime Multimedia Lab/4 (20-40)
Provides students with the opportunity to enhance their realtime writing skills. Students will utilize a variety of technologies that simulate professional opportunities. The speed objective is 160 wpm.

RR 503 Realtime Solid Dictation/4 (20-40)
Continues speedbuilding drills and practice in jury charge and literary dictation. The speed objective is 160 wpm.
Prerequisite: RR 403

RR 601 Realtime Multi-voice Dictation/4 (20-40)
Continues speedbuilding drills and practice in question and answer testimony. The speed objective is 180 wpm.
Prerequisite: RR 501

RR 602 Realtime Multimedia Lab/4 (20-40)
Provides students with the opportunity to enhance their realtime writing skills. Students will utilize a variety of technologies that simulate professional opportunities. The speed objective is 180 wpm.

RR 603 Realtime Solid Dictation/4 (20-40)
Continues speedbuilding drills and practice in jury charge and literary dictation. The speed objective is 180 wpm.
Prerequisite: RR 503

RR 701 Realtime Multi-voice Dictation/4 (20-40)
Continues speedbuilding drills and practice in question and answer testimony. The speed objective is 200 wpm.
Prerequisite: RR 601

RR 702 Realtime Multimedia Lab/4 (20-40)
Provides students with the opportunity to enhance their realtime writing skills. Students will utilize a variety of technologies that simulate professional opportunities. The speed objective is 200 wpm.

RR 703 Realtime Solid Dictation/4 (20-40)
Continues speedbuilding drills and practice in jury charge and literary dictation. The speed objective is 200 wpm.
Prerequisite: RR 603

RR 801 Realtime Multi-voice Dictation/4 (20-40)
Continues speedbuilding drills and practice in question and answer testimony. The speed objective is 225 wpm.
Prerequisite: RR 701

RR 802 Realtime Multimedia Lab/4 (20-40)
Provides students with the opportunity to enhance their realtime writing skills. Students will utilize a variety of technologies that simulate professional opportunities. The speed objective is 225 wpm.