Tri-C Court Reporting Professor Earns National Honor
Jen Krueger receives award for innovative use of technology to help students
The Journal of Court Reporting recently honored Jen Krueger, an associate professor of captioning and court reporting at Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C®), with an award for innovative use of technology.
The journal’s annual awards highlight forward-thinking practices of National Court Reporters Association members who are leading the profession. The JCR is the organization’s official publication.
The award received by Krueger recognizes her use of technology to promote learning. She uses a variety of software programs to track classroom performance and create individualized reports and instruction plans helping students hone their skills.
“Jen’s efforts have impacted our program positively as evidenced by improved real-time writing skills and progress among our students,” said Kelly Moranz, manager of Tri-C’s program.
Krueger, of Strongsville, is a Certified Reporting Instructor who began teaching at Tri-C in 1994.
The College’s Captioning and Court Reporting program was also recognized for initiatives to promote the profession, particularly for events related to National Court Reporting and Captioning Week.
Tri-C offers associate degree and certificate programs in captioning and court reporting. The College’s program — based at Western Campus in Parma — is certified by the National Court Reporters Association.
For information on the program, visit www.tri-c.edu or call 216-987-5214.
April 18, 2017
John Horton, 216-987-4281 email@example.com