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We have been providing dissertation transcription for research projects since our inception in 1990.
University students working on their thesis will conduct many interviews in the course of carrying out their research.
services are usually obtained to assist in transcribing the heavy volume
of typing that is usually entailed. Using a professional service for
this allows the doctoral student to focus on the other tasks involved,
such as coding and analyzing data.
Because we have a staff of over 20 typists, we can handle your transcription project very quickly without ever sacrificing quality. We do not send our jobs overseas! Ever! All typists reside in the United States and have been tested and have been shown to have excellent transcription skills. We continuously do quality control on the transcripts produced by our company, giving our typists ongoing feedback enabling them to sharpen their skills even more, so you always know you will receive quality, accurate transcripts from us. All transcriptionists have strong research skills and are well-read in a variety of specialized subject matters.
can identify speakers in a transcript in whatever manner you may wish.
We can use Q and A, initials of the speakers, Interviewer and Interviewee, or whatever your preference may be.
an additional service we can also insert time codes as you may require,
every half a page or wherever you may wish. Please inform us if you
would like this service.
that college students are usually on a budget. For this reason we keep
our prices for transcription services as low as possible, making it
affordable and cost effective to have us do this work for you. We do
offer special student rates. Please be sure to mention that you are a
student when you contact us and ASK for the special student rate.
You are welcome to
at any time of day or night and we will give your project our immediate
attention. We are always available to discuss anything about the
project at any time.
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