The Web Project, Vermont: Consultant and trainer in telecommunications and multimedia production for teachers; wrote Multimedia Production Handbook; Taught animation course, multimedia production course, and video course at Web Project's Summer Institute, 1996-99.
Project Discover, Brattleboro VT: 1995-97. Technology and curriculum consultant for Federal Title VII English as a Second Language project in Windham County schools.
Technical Writer: Quaker Oats, Putney VT: wrote, edited, published Employee Newsletter, Standard Operating Procedures, Employee Handbook, New Employee Training/Orientation materials, other plant documents.
Freelance Journalist: +150 commissioned articles and reviews on computer, video and audio hardware and software: TV Technology, AmigaWorld, Digital Video, Amiga User International, Morph's Outpost.
Consultant: Computer, audio and video systems design, installation, training. Clients include: Champlain Valley Union High School, South Burlington High School, Brattleboro (VT) Community Television, Goddard College (Plainfield VT), Bennington College (VT), Ohri Graphics (Bombay, India), Holland Films (Amsterdam), P.L.A.N.E.T. communications v.l.g. (Berlin), "ChromaPark" Expos (Berlin, Munich), SABES (System for Adult Basic Education Support), Boston MA.
The Web Project, Vermont: 1995-2000: Presented workshops and trainings for teachers and students (K-12) in video and multimedia production at schools around Vermont, including Tunbridge Central, South Burlington HS, Brattleboro Union HS, Cabot School, Lamoille Union HS, North Country Union HS, and Montpelier HS.
Quaker Oats, Putney, VT: 1994-96, Education/training coordinator, basic skills through technical/computer training; publish plant newsletter.
Vermont Adult Basic Education:, Home tutor, 1984-94. Responsibilities included providing individualized instruction in basic competencies (reading, writing, math, English language), developing instructional materials, organizing classes.
· Distance Education, 1989-94: materials development, production, training; develop, produce, present courses over Interactive Television; designed, built, and operated a video studio; produce PSA's, promo videos; edit video courseware; advise on telecommunications technology, set up network among adult educators in Vermont; presented at major educational conferences (AAACE, TESOL, AL&T); staff trainings (statewide and regional) on telecommunications and general computer use.
Special Ed. Music Project, Brattleboro VT: 1984-present, work in several Special Needs classrooms, teaching music and producing an original play each year.
Community College of Vermont: · 1988, adjunct instructor for Music.
Artist in Residence: 1983-88, artist in residence for music in schools around Vermont, sponsored in part by the VT Council on the Arts. Additional residencies in MA, CT, UT, ID.
· 1980-83, musician in residence at Netherlands State Theatre School, Amsterdam.
Governor's Institute on the Arts, Vermont: Music and dance, video/graphics faculty 1983-90. Teaching and performing with high school students in professional setting.
Other: Teaching and performing, Greenfield Community College, Greenfield, MA; Idaho Council on the Arts; Amherst, MA Community Education,
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