Monthly Archives: May 2015

Basic Tips to Transcribe Numbers in Interview Transcription

Basic Tips to Transcribe Numbers in Interview Transcription

When it comes to transcribing interviews for research, business, documentary, TV shows or any other purpose, most of us think only about text. However, transcription of numbers is also quite significant. Wrongly recorded numbers can create confusion in the transcript. Numbers should not only be accurate, they should be legible and easily spotted by the … Continue reading Basic Tips to Transcribe Numbers in Interview Transcription

Discovery in the Arbitration Process

Discovery in the Arbitration Process

In the arbitration process, discovery is crucial since it enables the concerned parties to get the facts from each other, which would help in their preparation for the hearing. However, the discovery process often ends up being expensive and time-consuming. Arbitration is also seen by litigants as a means for limiting discovery so that the … Continue reading Discovery in the Arbitration Process

Skype Interviews for Qualitative Research

Skype Interviews for Qualitative Research

Researchers collect most of their data for qualitative research through interviews, especially face-to-face interviews. However, if the participants are scattered and located too far from the researchers and each other, face-to-face interviews will become time consuming and expensive. In such a situation, the most viable solution is to conduct an online interview in real-time. Skype … Continue reading Skype Interviews for Qualitative Research