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Cleveland State University (History)
Cleveland State University (Master's)
Kent State University (Master's)
Since 2009, I have been an adjunct English instructor at Lorain County Community College in Elyria, OH and hold an MA in English and an MA in history from Cleveland State University, and a MLIS (Master in Library and Information Sciences) from Kent State University. I teach composition with an emphasis on history and literature and business (technical) communication. I also instruct various research methodologies in a variety of subjects.
I have also worked within the legal profession since 1983 and in various corporate settings so I have a solid understanding of business and technical writing and enjoy working with students majoring in non-liberal arts degrees.
I wish to be an English tutor so I can assist students to become more effective communicators which is an important commodity in today's evolving workplace.
I have an easy-going personality that stresses patience and an understanding that not everyone is a good writer but can learn to become one. My goal is to make sure students understand an assignment and how to effectively achieve success through better communication. Since 2009, I have been an adjunct English instructor at Lorain County Community College in Elyria, OH and hold an MA in English and an MA in history from Cleveland State University, and a MLIS (Master in Library and Information
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