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Waldemar Kowalski is a professor at Northwest University in Kirkland, WA, where he has taught for 28 years. His start there was as the computer department (yep, the whole thing!), and he still serves as a member of the IS Oversight Team. Fujitsu scanners have been a vital element of his personal workflow (first the fi-6130, now the iX500), as well as the corporate workflow of the University (numerous units, including the fi-6130). The iX500 has become a vital part of his classroom and research life. Besides writing about the iX500 in blogs, he has demonstrated its use in numerous workshops and seminars, winning other converts to a paperless lifestyle using the iX500 and software such as Evernote.
I really didn’t set out to be a teacher – it’s more like teaching called me into its ranks. I think that’s what “vocation” actually means. Even as a child in grade school, I enjoyed gaining knowledge, figuring out how things related, and then explaining that to my classmates. Helping others understand what was at first confusing has always been a delight to me.
Award-winning legal management consultant with over four decades of professional experience.
Ernie lives in Louisiana, where he puts on CLE seminars about technology in law, and online webinars at the site PaperlessChase.com.
Kate Peila is a third grade teacher from Montana. She is passionate about integrating technology into the classroom to engage students and enhance learning.
Real Estate broker, blogger, trainer and speaker as well as, wannabe photographer, golfer, political junkie,and weather weenie.
President of the North Coast Mac Users Group in Santa Rosa, CA. She is also a full-time Travel Agent.
Award-winning chef and owner of the Atlanta-based restaurant group, Great Food Group Inc.
Professional organizer based in the Washington DC metro area who specializes in working with women-owned small businesses, helping them to achieve greater efficiency and profitability by developing and implementing organizing systems that are tailored to their specific needs.
Author of five books, including the Parsec Award-Winning How to Succeed in Evil series. When he’s not writing he helps professionals produce better writing with less effort through executive coaching and small group-training.
Sam Patterson MFA EdD is the K-5 Tech integration specialist at Gideon Hausner Jewish Day School in Palo Alto, Calif.
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