Title

Embodied Transcription: A Creative Method for Using Voice-Recognition Software

Presenter Information

Christine BrooksFollow

Location

Room 1047

Format Type

Seminar

Start Date

January 2011

End Date

January 2011

Abstract

Voice-recognition software is designed for one user at a time, requiring a researcher to speak all of a recorded interview to achieve transcription. Embodied Transcription utilizes the researcher’s 9 body as an interpretive epistemological tool. This seminar will offer an experience of Embodied Transcription including vocalization and resonation which may foster “knowing in the body,” enriching understanding of the self-as-researcher, and participant/researcher relationships.

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Jan 8th, 9:00 AM Jan 8th, 10:30 AM

Embodied Transcription: A Creative Method for Using Voice-Recognition Software

Room 1047

Voice-recognition software is designed for one user at a time, requiring a researcher to speak all of a recorded interview to achieve transcription. Embodied Transcription utilizes the researcher’s 9 body as an interpretive epistemological tool. This seminar will offer an experience of Embodied Transcription including vocalization and resonation which may foster “knowing in the body,” enriching understanding of the self-as-researcher, and participant/researcher relationships.