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Degrees:
B.A. English, emphasis in Technical Writing. UW-Eau Claire, 1990.
Masters in Library and Information Studies. UW-Madison, 1998.

I'm a Senior Information Processing Consultant specializing in desktop and server security issues in the College of Letters & Science.

My current areas of expertise include desktop and server security management, and web development in Drupal (LessonShare & Collaborative Sites), My past areas of expertise include Moodle, Chat (IRC, Jabber, video), and Voice Tools. I also have a wide range of experience with computer lab management, imaging, cloning, and lab configuration issues for PPC Macs, Intel Macs, and Windows computers.

Web server security, Desktop security, Moodle, Drupal, Voice Tools, Chat, Lab Management

My contributions

Title Type Postedsort icon
WiscChat-ting
For several years, LSS has been helping language students “chat” their way to a more extensive and spontaneous vocabulary in their chosen...
Story 10/12/2005 - 11:25
Madly Moodling!
LSS is always trying to find innovative ways to make teaching with technology fun and effective. This semester, we’ve set up a Moodle site...
Story 02/10/2006 - 16:49
Summer Inspirations
Recently three LSS staff members attended the 2006 Kentucky Foreign Language Conference. This was the first year for the Instructional...
Story 05/15/2006 - 07:32
Why does my new laptop look weird?
Because it has the new Microsoft Vista operating system on it! It was 2002 when Microsoft XP came out, and since that time, Microsoft has...
Story 03/05/2007 - 13:00
New in the InfoLab - Fall 2008
The L&S Learning Support Services InfoLab (464 Van Hise Hall) now has 50 dual-boot MacBooks which run both Windows and MacOS. The L...
Story 11/24/2008 - 11:35
Foreign character key combinations (PC)
The attached document displays two types of key combinations often used when composing non-English documents in Windows. The Microsoft...
How to guide 01/05/2009 - 17:32
Foreign character key combinations (Macintosh)
The attached document displays two types of key combinations often used when composing non-English documents on a Macintosh. The...
How to guide 01/05/2009 - 17:36
Saving documents to MyWebspace
The LSS InfoLab does not sell or provide storage media for files created by students in the lab.  There is no "scratch drive" which...
How to guide 01/05/2009 - 17:44
Audacity: Recording your voice
The attached PDF document outlines the steps required to record your voice in the LSS InfoLab using the Audacity application.  ...
How to guide 01/19/2009 - 11:42
Scanning text or images on the Infolab iMacs
The attached document contains instructions on scanning text and images in the LSS InfoLab.  There is one scanner available attached...
How to guide 01/19/2009 - 11:52
Print duplex... save a tree!
The InfoLab now has DUPLEX printing.   You do end up paying for each side, so it doesn't cost less, but you are saving resources...
How to guide 01/23/2009 - 15:02
Multi-language computing in LSS Facilities
General Information for PCs and Macs LSS strives to provide multi-language features for the many language departments and courses in the...
How to guide 02/06/2009 - 14:57
Viewing Media from the Digital Learning Lab
If you are viewing movies or audio from the Digital Learning Lab, you may be prompted to unblock the web browser.  This behavior...
Story 05/05/2009 - 10:02
CLUE tip sheet
The UW-Madison Campus Libraries have provided the attached tipsheet for those students completing CLUE.  CLUE is a web-based...
Story 09/08/2009 - 13:54
Pandemic Awareness in the InfoLab
You've probably heard news about the upcoming flu season, which is expected to be severe. Because you are working in a public environment,...
Story 09/08/2009 - 14:28
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