THE JOURNAL OF EDUCATION, COMMUNITY, AND VALUES
Jeffrey Barlow <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Jeffrey Barlow, Director of the Berglund Center, is the founding editor of The Journal of the Association for History and Computing, Past President and current Webmaster of the Association for Asian Studies on the Pacific Coast (ASPAC), and Director of the Matsushita Center for Electronic Learning (MCEL). He is Professor of History and holds the Matsushita Chair of Asian Studies at Pacific University. Professor Barlow's web page.
Charles Boulet <email@example.com>
With degrees in neuroscience and education, Charles began his professional life teaching physical sciences in French-immersion public schools in Alberta, Canada. During that time, he authored two manuals for chemistry education in French and pioneered a new practical approach to science education. In 1995, Charles was invited to be part of a team of educators who established Canada's first fully publicly funded K- 9 virtual school.
In the late 90's, he left public education to pursue a full time career in systems consulting by starting his first technology company. In this capacity, he worked with numerous government and education bodies providing network, data management, and security solutions. In 1998, he accepted a position as Security Technology Coordinator at Canada's first diamond mine in the Arctic where he worked with North America's leading physical and data security providers. After holding that position for three years, he returned to private consulting in education-based training and software solutions and systems security.
Charles is now living in the Portland, Oregon area where he is consulting with a new software development company. His current focus is on development of cutting edge integrated solutions for desktop, handheld, and network for ophthalmic clinics, and professional health education. To that end, he is pursuing a doctorate in optometry (O.D.) and will graduate from Pacific University College of Optometry in 2008.
Shawn Davis, Ph.D. <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Shawn Davis is an Assistant Professor in Pacific University's School of Professional Psychology wherein he teaches the Psychometrics, Cognition, and Lifespan Development courses. Dr. Davis is a recent addition to Pacific University having come from Texas where he earned an MA degree in Experimental Cognitive Psychology from Stephen F. Austin University and his Ph.D. in Developmental Psychology from the University of Houston. His research interests center around ways to maximize the effectiveness of information presented online. In particular, he has focused on the development of highly individualized online health promotion programs.
Leonard D. DuBoff <email@example.com>
Duboff's practice areas include Business, Art, Intellectual Property (Copyright, Trademark, Trade Dress, Trade Secrets, Patent Litigation, Licensing), Corporate, Real Estate & High-Tech Law, Commercial Litigation. He attended Brooklyn Poly Tech (AAS, 1964), Hofstra University (BES, magna cum laude, 1968), Brooklyn Law School (JD, summa cum laude, 1971), and his bar admissions are New York (1972) and Oregon (1977).
Chris Pruett is a Gaming Editor and newly-hired Google software engineer. Chris has worked on nine published games, including X-Men Legends 2 PSP, and Crash Bandicoot: N-Tranced. In addition to writing code, he spends a lot of time studying Japanese and playing horror games. Chris maintains a horror game research blog at http://www.dreamdawn.com/sh/