Sarah is currently the Office Manager of the
Humanities and Teacher Education Division. Since taking over the job in
April 2001, her duties
have expanded to monitoring the usage of the Division technology equipment:
laptops, LCD projects, scanner and other computer-related hardware. She also
maintains and updates the division website. Her job now is not her ultimate
but something to help ease the pain of paying for graduate school and
undergraduate loans. After receiving her Master of Arts in Educational Technology
in this OMAET program, she plans on pursuing a masters in Library Science,
where she can help high school and college level students learn how best to access true and good
information off the Internet.
Coordinator of Writing Center at Pepperdine
University--assisted students in researching on university library databases
and on the Internet, held workshops on how to efficiently execute Internet
research methods, mentored students with their writing assignments.
Sarah is very familiar with Microsoft FrontPage© as she uses
it to maintain her division web site. She also has a general familiarity
with PC's as she helps professors try to troubleshoot common problems on
their computers. (We do hope that OMAET professors can troubleshoot their
own common problems.)
Sarah updates and maintains the Humanities and
Teacher Education Division Website at
B.A. English, Writing and Rhetoric with a minor in Creative Writing.
Sarah is toying with the idea of working with students in the Writing Center, the writing consultants who meet with students. I'd like to form some kind of on-line community among the workers giving me feedback on how they interact with the students who come in to get help.
She'd like to further extend this community to the students who come to visit the Writing Center and create a community of learning amongst them.
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Sarah (third from the front) just does it as
she gets help from some friends
to get to her Tapped-In session on time.
Just Do It - Nike
Outrigger Canoe Paddling, Surfing, Volleyball and Basketball.
Kailua, Hawaii (Island of O'ahu)
June 20, 1977.