Learning Center. Outlined
curriculum and contracted with instructors for ten
courses on Web publishing, graphics, sound, HTML authoring
and conversions, databases, Shockwave, and Java for
non-programmers. November-December 1996.
of Marin. Created and taught Introduction to Multimedia
and Business of Multimedia courses. at the College
of Marin. One of the first two instructors at the
for Teachers Proposal. Wrote a proposal on behalf
of the College to the Chancellor's Office, California
Community Colleges, for a program training teachers
how to use multimedia in the classrooms. Recommended
for funding. 1996.
Screen Internet Workshops. Created and offered
a series of HTML workshops at the Digital Village.
Rented space from the College, lined up teachers,
promoted and coordinated the workshops. 1994-95,
Consultant. Consultant to the College of Marin
on the development of a multimedia studies program.
Wrote papers outlining recommended curriculum, and
assisted with survey assessing industry needs. 1995.
Media Center. Wrote and championed proposal for
the Digital Village New Media Center. A plan to turn
a library at the College of Marin into a Media Center
with computer equipment, Internet access, print information
sources, and meeting space. 1994.
plan for Digital Village. Co-author of a business
plan outlining a business structure, equipment and
facility needs, projected revenue, and funding sources.
Village Iniative. Sponsored meetings and co-authored
proposal leading to the creation of the Digital Village.
Served as a Planning Partner in further developing
the concept of a shared work and educational