Ian Bron is a professional teacher, writer and educational consultant in Ottawa. His work includes the development of educational strategies for government and non-governmental organizations, writing and content development for educational Web sites, the development of lesson plans, teaching strategies and activities for learners, and liaising with education communities across Canada. He is also continuing his studies towards a Masters in Education. To learn more about Ian, visit his web site at www.ianbron.com, or e-mail him at email@example.com.
Eileen Harris is a teacher and writer. She currently completing her PhD in Education at the University of Ottawa. Eileen can be contacted at Eileen_Harris@occdsb.on.ca.
Luc-André Paquette has a Certificate in Multimedia (New Media) and a Diploma in Publicity, and is a graphic designer and programmer. He has worked on many Web sites, including the acclaimed Oscar Peterson : A Jazz Sensation and Virtual Gramophone for the National Library of Canada. He has also designed many logos, musical and Interactive CDs, and more. His work with the Oscar Peterson resulted in interviews with the Television Station Bravo! If you wish to contact Luc-André, write to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Daniel Beaudin obtained his D.E.P. in graphic design at the center Compétences Outaouais in Gatineau in March 2000. He is presently Lead Web Designer at a web site engeneering firm. He work on the designs of many Web sites such as the Web site of prime minister Jean Chrétien, the exhibition of Louis-Philippe Hébert at the National Gallery of Canada, the Project on the Biodiversity of the Rideau River of the Museum of Nature of Canada, the Business Development Bank of Canada, Canadian Heritage, and many more. He can be contacted at email@example.com.
Claudia Prud'homme is a Web programmer living in Hull. She can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.