ATSP has taken on two new interns for Spring 2018. Both students are English majors at West Virginia University studying Professional Writing and Editing. They will be contributing to ATSP’s online presence and helping to write … [Read more...] about ATSP Welcomes New Interns for Spring 2018
Not all job descriptions are created equal. A common mistake that agency owners and service coordinators make when looking to hire new speech-to-text providers, whether on a full-time or part-time basis, is drafting an … [Read more...] about Why Job Descriptions Fail (And How You Can Fix Them)
Guest Post By Chad Iwertz I believe that in order to advocate for better access, we need to be familiar with the tools and methods at our disposal for crafting that access. Being knowledgeable affords us the option of … [Read more...] about Speech-to-Text Transcription—What’s in a Name?
Since April 2016, ATSP has been working on a Job Analysis for transcribers and captionists, in partnership with the Center on Education and Training for Employment (CETE), a research center in the College of Education and Human … [Read more...] about Meet CETE