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Joseph James - Freelance Ecommerce Programming & Website Design
6
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4.5
2 Skills
$25
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I would love to show you what I can do, and I thought you might be interested in my background and training. While attending International Academy of Design and Technology for 4 years I interned with companies Shyne Style Fashion Boutique and the Donelson Hermitage Chamber (near Nashville,TN). Both internships had me do a lot of different things from making flyers and Ads to prepping photos...
Nashville, Tennessee, United States

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EDUCATION Ph.D. Curriculum and Instruction, University of North Texas, Denton, Texas Concentrations: Curriculum and Instruction; Educational Administration Dissertation: An Investigation into the current practices of formal and informal teacher technologists on the use of computers in the classroom in an urban academy school and a private academy M.Ed. Secondary Education University of North Texas, Denton Texas Concentrations: Secondary Education, Health Education B.S. 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Spence Talented and Gifted Academy, Dallas, TX Taught 7th and 8th grade Computer Literacy course to middle school students. Electives Department Chair. Public Chapter I Teacher Dallas Juvenile Detention Center, Dallas, TX Taught Computer Literacy and Job Training classes to incarcerated juveniles. EMPLOYMENT EXPERIENCE Computer Programmer Analyst, City of Dallas, Data Services Department, Dallas, Texas Programmer for the City of Dallas Public Libraries computers Air Traffic Controller Trainee, Federal Aviation Administration, Dallas, Texas Dallas Flight Service Center, Dallas Love Field Weather Station, Redbird Control Tower. RESEARCH EXPERIENCE Black Teachers in the Classroom Study - Black Teachers Study: Needed: black teachers who taught 1975 or before 1975. Please email me at jherring@duplichain.org or jennifer_herring@yahoo.com if you or you know of someone who taught public school in 1975 or before. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=egIbwx7eBaI Mary McLeod Bethune Index of Reputable Web links - https://edocs.uis.edu/jherr3/www/mmbweblinks.html Case Study – Book Development on the role of the teacher technologist in classroom technology integration in multicultural schools. PRESENTATIONS Herring, J., Ogwal, M. and Garrett, V. (2010). Childhood obesity and its impact on learning in marginalized communities. Presented at the Illinois National Association for Multicultural Education /Health Nutrition and Clinic Seminars, Springfield, Illinois. Herring, J. (2010). Using rubrics to evaluate online projects and assignments. Presented at the New Century Learning Consortium -2010 Faculty Forum Series, Online Conference, University of Illinois at Springfield in Springfield, Illinois. Herring, J. (2009). 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I'm an experienced, flexible and reliable writer and editor, attentive to details, able to meet your deadlines--and even take charge of your projects for you, if you wish. A broad stock knowledge allows me to edit or write pieces (articles, blog pieces, creative fiction and nonfiction) for you on a broad range of topics. I've been published by various outlets, local and international.
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Kathleen O'Brien - Freelance Editing & Proofreading
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I have had a long, very successful career as an editor and have edited books and articles on a wide variety of subjects: professional, technical, and trade. In addtion to copyediting, development editing and author relations are my fortes. My relationships with authors of books Ive edited have been excellent. Most of my editorial career was with Little, Brown and Company, but currently I am a freelance editor. My resume and references follow. I would like to speak with someone in your organization after you have reviewed my resume. Kathleen O’Brien 116 East Oakview Place, San Antonio, TX 78209 210-824-4486; E-mail: OBeditor@AOL.com EDUCATION B.A. in English, Macalester College, St. Paul, MN WORK HISTORY June 2004-Present Freelance writing/rewriting, development editing, copyediting, and proofreading Freelance book projects have included, for example: (1) Concise Guide to Reading, Understanding, and Evaluating Medical Journal Articles, Beverly, MA: OEM Press; (2) Concentra Guide to Understanding Commercial Driver Certification: For Safety Officers, Human Resources and Other Administrative Personnel for Concentra Health Services, a nationwide corporation; (3) The Insider's Guide to Dementia Care by Katherine E. Goethe, Ph.D., and Martha E. Leatherman, M.D (self-published); (4) RX Fitness for Weight Loss by Julia Karlstad, M.Ed. (self-published); Affirming Diversity, 5th edition, by Sonia Nieto, Boston: Allyn and Bacon _______ 1991-2004 Full-time employee of OEM Press, Beverly Farms, MA Managing Editor and Copyeditor of The OEM Report, a monthly newsletter for occupational and environmental health professionals (doctors and nurses) Book Development Editor and Copyeditor _______ 1986-1991 Senior Acquisitions and Development Editor, Medical Division, Appleton & Lange, East Norwalk, CT (now located in Stamford, CT) _______ 1970-1985 Successive editorial positions over 15 years at Little, Brown and Company, Boston Assistant to Managing Editor, Copyeditor, Copyediting Supervisor, Spiral Manual Series Development Editor, Senior Acquisitions Editor NON-PROFIT EXPERIENCE Currently, newsletter editor and board member, Alamo Breast Cancer Foundation, San Antonio; Co-founder of San Antonio affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure PROFESSIONAL REFERENCES Curtis Vouwie, Publisher, OEM Press, Beverly Farms, MA. Email: curtis@oempress.com; 800-533-8046 Jane Derebery, MD, Former Vice President, Concentra Health Services; currently self-employed in Austin, TX. Email: vjderebery@aol.com; 210-860-9146 (cell) Judy Kennedy, Publisher and Vice President, Whitehorse Press, P.O. Box 60, North Conway, NH 03860-0060. Former Vice President, Little, Brown and Company, Boston. Email: judy@whitehorsepress.com; 800-531-1133 Ann West, Senior Sponsoring Editor, Cengage Learning, Boston. Email: ann.west@cengage.com; 617-757-8376
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3.0
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Dr. Thomas K. Wirtel, The TextDoc Dr. Wirtel is the retired Head of Jazz Studies at the University of Illinois. He has 30 years experience in coaching Doctoral and Masters Degree candidates in the proper use of the English language, a necessary skill pursuant to graduation. He is now offering a freelance service dedicated to proofreading and clarification of content.
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