The circle of support around the work of the Maine Wabanaki-State Child Welfare Truth & Reconciliation Commission can take many forms.
“Unlike some other transcribing softwares, InqScribe allows us to transcribe video recordings as well as audio recordings,” she said. “This has been critical to the work of the TRC as we continue to document and record the experiences of Wabanaki people with the child welfare system in Maine.”
InqScribe offers individual software licenses for purchase. But while in conversation with the TRC, Inquirium Director Ben Loh offered a generous donation of five licenses that the TRC could use to ensure that multiple volunteers could transcribe statements at the same time.
“This is very exciting news as our work continues to evolve,” George said. “I appreciate Inquirium’s support of this critical piece of our project, helping us render the truths we are hearing as accurately as we can.”
It is important to note that this new technology maintains the TRC’s highest standards of privacy.
For more information about InqScribe, visit www.InqScribe.com.