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Shawn Jordison

$10.00/hr

Tuolumne, United States

Hello World! I am an expert in online accessibility. I know ... morethe Federal and State Laws that pertain to digital accessibility issues. My area of expertise is editing documents for accessibility, captioning, and document alteration. I can create dynamic PDF forms, audio, screen reader files, etc. Objective My goal is to provide assistive technology and alternative media services to students, faculty and staff in a timely and professional manner. I intend to use my skills with computers and people to effectively execute successful trainings, meetings, work flow strategies and all necessary job functions. I will coordinate with student workers, and other staff members while updating and assessing needs with the High Tech Center. Additionally, I will follow laws pertaining to Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1986. I take pride in assisting students with becoming successful adults as I provide them the materials and services that they need to succeed in the college academic environment. Related Education Columbia College: 2008 — May 2013 • Associate of Science of Occupation Education: (ASOE) Computer Science • Associate of Arts: (AA) English Ashford University: June 2011- December 2012 • Bachelor of Arts: (BA) Education Studies California State University, Northridge: January 2013 – January 2015 • Master of Science: (ATHS) Assistive Technology and Human Services Texas Tech University: January 2016 – June 2016 • Master of Science: Rehabilitation Counseling (Two Courses Completed.) William Howard Taft University • Educational Doctorate(Ed.D): Educational Technology and Leadership Trainings High Tech Center Training Unit (HTCTU) • Advanced Optical Character Recognition • Advanced Scanning Techniques • Introduction to Assistive Technology • Transcribing With Duxbury • Advanced Transcribing With Duxbury • Introduction to Reading Braille • Dragon Naturally Speak. v.10 & v.11 • Advanced Dragon Naturally Speak. v.10 & v.11 • Alternative Media Work flow Strategies • Creating Accessible PDF's Additional • CSUN 2014 International Technology and Persons with Disabilities Conference • CSUN 2015 International Technology and Persons with Disabilities Conference • Section 504 and 508 informational webinar • SharePoint 2010 and InfoPath 2010 (5 day training) • CAPED 2015 Related Work Experience Santa Monica College: February 2016 – Present DSPS Faculty Member of the High Tech Center Develops curricula and student handouts for industry standard applications and assistive technology. Teach classes in industry standard software integrated with instruction in assistive technologies and compensatory technologies. Provides computer access evaluations and individualized training in AT. Assist faculty in creating and adopting accessible instructional materials. Troubleshoots software problems, coordinates use of AT in mainstream labs. Columbia College: January 2009 – January 2016 Alternative Media Access Specialist Performs specialized work related to the development of alternative media; assists students in accessing available technologies such as Kurzweil 3000, Kurzweil 1000, Adobe Suite, Microsoft Suite, LiveScribe, Dragon Naturally Speak, Zoom Text, TextAloud, Mobile Apps, and other screen readers. Manages a small team of student workers, and advices staff on alternative media services and available assistive technologies. After meeting one on one with students, determine the need of assistive technology and alternative media based on individual needs. Converts books, examinations, study guides and other media into alternative formats in order to provide access to individuals with physical or learning disabilities; utilizes MP3, text to audio, large print, e-text, OmniPage, Braille Embosser software and other assistive technology programs. Assists college with creating accessible media including captioning, transcribing, form creation, overall web accessibility, and ADA compliance. Writes supporting documentation in order to obtain funds for captioning and transcription services throughout the state. Utilizes methods in order to complete tasks in a timely manner within budget constraints. Creates training manuals and guides for both students and staff to use while in High Tech Center and other locations on campus, for various software and hardware. Provides training to faculty, staff, and students on Universal Design, and use of assistive technology in the classroom. Oversight of the High Tech Center on campus that has specialized hardware and software. Installation and upgrades are performed on a weekly basis. Determines less

Overview

Hello World! I am an expert in online accessibility. I know the Federal and State Laws that pertain to digital accessibility issues. My area of expertise is editing documents for accessibility, captioning, and document alteration. I can create dynamic PDF forms, audio, screen reader files, etc. Objective My goal is to provide assistive technology and alternative media services to students, faculty and staff in a timely and professional manner. I intend to use my skills with computers and people to effectively execute successful trainings, meetings, work flow strategies and all necessary job functions. I will coordinate with student workers, and other staff members ... morewhile updating and assessing needs with the High Tech Center. Additionally, I will follow laws pertaining to Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1986. I take pride in assisting students with becoming successful adults as I provide them the materials and services that they need to succeed in the college academic environment. Related Education Columbia College: 2008 — May 2013 • Associate of Science of Occupation Education: (ASOE) Computer Science • Associate of Arts: (AA) English Ashford University: June 2011- December 2012 • Bachelor of Arts: (BA) Education Studies California State University, Northridge: January 2013 – January 2015 • Master of Science: (ATHS) Assistive Technology and Human Services Texas Tech University: January 2016 – June 2016 • Master of Science: Rehabilitation Counseling (Two Courses Completed.) William Howard Taft University • Educational Doctorate(Ed.D): Educational Technology and Leadership Trainings High Tech Center Training Unit (HTCTU) • Advanced Optical Character Recognition • Advanced Scanning Techniques • Introduction to Assistive Technology • Transcribing With Duxbury • Advanced Transcribing With Duxbury • Introduction to Reading Braille • Dragon Naturally Speak. v.10 & v.11 • Advanced Dragon Naturally Speak. v.10 & v.11 • Alternative Media Work flow Strategies • Creating Accessible PDF's Additional • CSUN 2014 International Technology and Persons with Disabilities Conference • CSUN 2015 International Technology and Persons with Disabilities Conference • Section 504 and 508 informational webinar • SharePoint 2010 and InfoPath 2010 (5 day training) • CAPED 2015 Related Work Experience Santa Monica College: February 2016 – Present DSPS Faculty Member of the High Tech Center Develops curricula and student handouts for industry standard applications and assistive technology. Teach classes in industry standard software integrated with instruction in assistive technologies and compensatory technologies. Provides computer access evaluations and individualized training in AT. Assist faculty in creating and adopting accessible instructional materials. Troubleshoots software problems, coordinates use of AT in mainstream labs. Columbia College: January 2009 – January 2016 Alternative Media Access Specialist Performs specialized work related to the development of alternative media; assists students in accessing available technologies such as Kurzweil 3000, Kurzweil 1000, Adobe Suite, Microsoft Suite, LiveScribe, Dragon Naturally Speak, Zoom Text, TextAloud, Mobile Apps, and other screen readers. Manages a small team of student workers, and advices staff on alternative media services and available assistive technologies. After meeting one on one with students, determine the need of assistive technology and alternative media based on individual needs. Converts books, examinations, study guides and other media into alternative formats in order to provide access to individuals with physical or learning disabilities; utilizes MP3, text to audio, large print, e-text, OmniPage, Braille Embosser software and other assistive technology programs. Assists college with creating accessible media including captioning, transcribing, form creation, overall web accessibility, and ADA compliance. Writes supporting documentation in order to obtain funds for captioning and transcription services throughout the state. Utilizes methods in order to complete tasks in a timely manner within budget constraints. Creates training manuals and guides for both students and staff to use while in High Tech Center and other locations on campus, for various software and hardware. Provides training to faculty, staff, and students on Universal Design, and use of assistive technology in the classroom. Oversight of the High Tech Center on campus that has specialized hardware and software. Installation and upgrades are performed on a weekly basis. Determines less

Shawn J.
Drop Here

Shawn J.

$10.00 /hr

Shawn Jordison

Tuolumne, United States

Overview

Hello World! I am an expert in online accessibility. I know the Federal and State Laws that pertain to digital accessibility issues. My area of expertise is editing documents for accessibility, captioning, and document alteration. I can create dynamic PDF forms, audio, screen reader files, etc. Objective My goal is to provide assistive technology and alternative media services to students, faculty and staff in a timely and professional manner. I intend to use my skills with computers and people to effectively execute successful ... moretrainings, meetings, work flow strategies and all necessary job functions. I will coordinate with student workers, and other staff members while updating and assessing needs with the High Tech Center. Additionally, I will follow laws pertaining to Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1986. I take pride in assisting students with becoming successful adults as I provide them the materials and services that they need to succeed in the college academic environment. Related Education Columbia College: 2008 — May 2013 • Associate of Science of Occupation Education: (ASOE) Computer Science • Associate of Arts: (AA) English Ashford University: June 2011- December 2012 • Bachelor of Arts: (BA) Education Studies California State University, Northridge: January 2013 – January 2015 • Master of Science: (ATHS) Assistive Technology and Human Services Texas Tech University: January 2016 – June 2016 • Master of Science: Rehabilitation Counseling (Two Courses Completed.) William Howard Taft University • Educational Doctorate(Ed.D): Educational Technology and Leadership Trainings High Tech Center Training Unit (HTCTU) • Advanced Optical Character Recognition • Advanced Scanning Techniques • Introduction to Assistive Technology • Transcribing With Duxbury • Advanced Transcribing With Duxbury • Introduction to Reading Braille • Dragon Naturally Speak. v.10 & v.11 • Advanced Dragon Naturally Speak. v.10 & v.11 • Alternative Media Work flow Strategies • Creating Accessible PDF's Additional • CSUN 2014 International Technology and Persons with Disabilities Conference • CSUN 2015 International Technology and Persons with Disabilities Conference • Section 504 and 508 informational webinar • SharePoint 2010 and InfoPath 2010 (5 day training) • CAPED 2015 Related Work Experience Santa Monica College: February 2016 – Present DSPS Faculty Member of the High Tech Center Develops curricula and student handouts for industry standard applications and assistive technology. Teach classes in industry standard software integrated with instruction in assistive technologies and compensatory technologies. Provides computer access evaluations and individualized training in AT. Assist faculty in creating and adopting accessible instructional materials. Troubleshoots software problems, coordinates use of AT in mainstream labs. Columbia College: January 2009 – January 2016 Alternative Media Access Specialist Performs specialized work related to the development of alternative media; assists students in accessing available technologies such as Kurzweil 3000, Kurzweil 1000, Adobe Suite, Microsoft Suite, LiveScribe, Dragon Naturally Speak, Zoom Text, TextAloud, Mobile Apps, and other screen readers. Manages a small team of student workers, and advices staff on alternative media services and available assistive technologies. After meeting one on one with students, determine the need of assistive technology and alternative media based on individual needs. Converts books, examinations, study guides and other media into alternative formats in order to provide access to individuals with physical or learning disabilities; utilizes MP3, text to audio, large print, e-text, OmniPage, Braille Embosser software and other assistive technology programs. Assists college with creating accessible media including captioning, transcribing, form creation, overall web accessibility, and ADA compliance. Writes supporting documentation in order to obtain funds for captioning and transcription services throughout the state. Utilizes methods in order to complete tasks in a timely manner within budget constraints. Creates training manuals and guides for both students and staff to use while in High Tech Center and other locations on campus, for various software and hardware. Provides training to faculty, staff, and students on Universal Design, and use of assistive technology in the classroom. Oversight of the High Tech Center on campus that has specialized hardware and software. Installation and upgrades are performed on a weekly basis. Determines less

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  • Transcript proofreading with audio review

    Nov 2011 - Apr 2012
    4.00
    Job is fair.
    Fixed Price

Tests

NameScore (out of 5)Time to Complete
English Vocabulary Test (U.S. Version)3.75Below Average12 mins
U.S. English Basic Skills Test3.60Above Average16 mins
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