About

I’m an outstanding educator, an inventive problem-solver, and a language expert. My expertise includes digital publishing, user experience design (UXD), virtual environments, and teaching English to speakers of other languages (TESOL). I can lead your students, train your employees and sell ideas to workshop and conference attendees. My students range from kindergarten to experienced professionals.  Most were young adults. All consistently describe me as enthusiastic, supportive and encouraging. My average class assessment from my university students was often in the top percentile of educators.

During the last decade, I’ve edited thousands of information products — from essays and dissertations, to web content and books, both electronic and print. With fine attention to detail, usability and accessibility, I can also ensure the quality of an organization’s information.

I am a popular conference speaker, becoming well-known through consultation and outreach. Because of my animated presentations and hands-on skills development courses, I was asked to present a paper the 11th Southern African Online Information Meeting on July 6th, 2012. In it, I explained how “cloud computing” might affect information professionals such as librarians and publishers in the future.

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