Portfolio (Volume 1?)

I’m always looking for ways to do something on the cheap with the greatest reach and impact.

My first literary magazine was called Symphonie’s Gift, first issue published in 1994. We had some great authors, and I wanted as much exposure for them as possible.

My approach in those days was to have a print version which we got into a few stores, an online element (AOL served as the web platform) but also something a bit more create: a digital copy to share. For this, we used Windows Help Files, created in Windows 3.1.

Help files seemed almost made for digital publication at the time with menu and search navigation, and a reasonably small file size that even on dialup you could share.

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Today, in 2014, I have quite a few job interviews as I am on the hunt. Interviews usually work by committee. Though everyone wants a portfolio, it’s hard to decide what to include.

So along with my resume, I’m printing up this little thing to take to meetings on a nice, heavy stock that isn’t too easy to toss away. It’s fun to integrate web with print in a cheap way – there’s about 30 pages on here in just one page but video too. 

I think if just one committee member stops listening to me, starts fiddling with his or her smartphone to check this out, I’ve created a success. And hopefully memorable.

Given print and distribution costs, why aren’t more small newspapers, business portfolios, and lit magazines created this way? Along with the job search, I’m thinking about publishing again too….

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RMERA 2013

The 2013 RMERA Conference will take place the 24th and 25th of October on the campus of the University of Central Oklahoma.  Spread the word!

The Call for Papers and other information will be available shortly on this conference website: rmera.net.

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RMERA 2012 Archive

The RMERA 2012 Archive (see menu bar) has begun with photos and proceedings!

Be sure to send your RMERA 2012 presentations for inclusion on the proceedings page as a pdf, doc, docx, or PowerPoint!

Simply email to the webmaster, Bryan Lindenberger.

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RMERA Program

Wondering what your November 2 and 3 look like?

Where to go and what to do … learning and local entertainment?

The RMERA 2012 Program is available.

Plan, brush up, enjoy.

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Gearing Up!

Welcome!

We are hard at work to make RMERA 2012 the most informative and fun RMERA conference yet.

New this week:

Keynote SpeakerDr. Michael Morehead, Dean of the College of Education at NMSU

Fun: This year’s event includes a tour of Old Town La Mesilla during our annual celebration of Dia de los Muertos, Day of the Dead - See Images and Learn More!

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RMERA 2012 Conference at NMSU

New Mexico State University will host the annual conference of the Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association

Theme: The Changing Nature of Education

When: November 2-3, 2012

Where: O’Donnell Hall, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, New Mexico

This conference is intended to provide an opportunity for new faculty and graduate students to present their research, and provides a forum for all researchers to share their work.


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