A popular question from academic staff is whether we can undertake work for them on a personal basis when we are suppliers to their university. TP Transcription Limited…
Is it possible for Scousers/Brummies et al to speak two types of English – one colloquial with a strong accent when conversing locally with fellow inhabitants of their area, and a separate clearer non-accented English spoken when conversing with the rest of the country? Article by TP Transcription Limited.
Do University Transcriptions and TP Transcription offer free transcription services to students? No, and this is why – an article on the costs of academic transcription.
OK is one of the most common words in the English language, but it is just 150 years old. Article on OK and okay from TP Transcription Limited
How to extract the files from their current .CDA format and convert them to a more usable file type (eg MP3). Article by TP Transcription.
OCR text recognition services – how to get PDFs converted to Word documents free of charge and the need for copy typing if you need accuracy. Article by TP Transcription Limited.
University Transcriptions and TP Transcription Limited are pleased to announce that our new Microsoft Word Formatting Assistance Service is open for business.
An article on the difficulties surrounding automated transcription and subtitling not being of sufficient quality to be accurate in all circumstances.
What happens to our company GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) compliance when the UK leaves the EU?
University Transcriptions provide translation and transcription into and out of every world language, but a lot of internet users will use an instant translation service to quickly check a phrase or word out. How do these fare?