Kelly Tetterton: Curriculum Vitæ

Home: 3427 Central Street
Evanston, IL

Phone: 847.491.0607
Work:: duoDesign
200 West Monroe, Suite 1400
Chicago, IL

Phone: 312.224.9650
Fax: 312.224.9651



Title: Technical Lead
Place: duoDesign, 200 West Monroe, Suite 1400
Chicago, Illinois 60606
Time: 1999->
Supervisor: Fred Salchli
Phone: 312.224.9650
Fax: 312.224.9651

Responsibilities & Accomplishments:

Mentored junior developers, established company-wide standards and methodologies, developed and implemented internal project processes.

Title: Developer
Place: SRDS, 1700 Higgins Road
Des Plaines, Illinois 60018-5605
Time: 1998-1999
Supervisor: Alan Dattel
Phone: 847.375.5000
Fax: 847.375.5001

Responsibilities & Accomplishments:

Title: Internet Consultant
Place: Zeal, Inc., 3400 Dundee Road, Suite 370
Northbrook, Illinois 60062
Time: 1996-1998
Supervisor: Mitch Greenwald
Phone: 847.498.3320
Fax: 847.498.1530

Responsibilities & Accomplishments:

Title: Library Assistant for User Education and Networked Information
Place: Alderman Library, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia 22903-2498
Time: 1995-1996
Supervisors: Jim Campbell and Karen Marshall
Phone: 804.924.4985 (Jim Campbell); 804.982.2677 (Karen Marshall)
Fax: 804.924.1431

Responsibilities & Accomplishments:

Title: Instructor; Co-Director, Activities
Place: Books at Virginia: Rare Book School, Room 114 Alderman Library, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia 22903-2498
Time: 1993-1996
Supervisor: Terry Belanger
Phone: 804.924.8851
Fax: 804.924.8824

Responsibilities & Accomplishments:

Title: Project Assistant
Place: Electronic Text Center, Alderman Library, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia 22903-2498
Time: 1992-1995
Supervisor: David Seaman
Phone: 804.924.3230
Fax: 804.924.1431

Responsibilties & Accomplishments:

Title: Graduate Instructor
Place: English Department, Bryan Hall, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia 22903
Time: 1992-1995
Supervisors: Michael Levenson and David Vander Meulen
Phone: 804.924.7105
Fax: 804.924.1478

Responsibilties & Accomplishments:

Evaluation Responses from Introduction to the Internet, Rare Book School, 29 July-2 August, 1996

What did you like best about the course?

Excellent teachers: competent and intelligent.

Instructors and material both get high marks.

Excellent instruction--very knowledgeable, patient, enthusiastic. Use of PCs and Macs--terrific exposure. Wide variety of topics covered with take-home instruction booklet provided.

Any final thoughts?

The charm, patience, and knowledge of P-jB and KT helped to make this a great course. Thank you for turning on the light!

P-jB and KT could not have been better instructors. This technology is clearly something we rare book enthusiasts will have to tackle (and hopefully grow to appreciate). This course made the transition as painless as possible!

Anonymous Testimonials from Recent Short Course Evaluations

Internet Basics: May 20, 1996

The instructor was articulate, well-informed, and very patient. She is to be commended.

[Was the instructor satisfactory?]
First-rate--clear, well-paced, well organized, answers questions adroitly without getting distracted from the line of development; Ms. T is the best of the ITC/Library/computer instructors I have observed thus far.

Web I--Navigating the World Wide Web: May 28, 1996

The instructor was excellent. I would recommend her class to my friends.

Web II--Finding Information on the World Wide Web: May 29, 1996

She was excellent; explained things well; extremely clear.

Using the Internet for Classroom Instruction: May 30, 1996

I've just taken 2 web & 2 internet courses, all taught by Kelly Tetterton, so let me comment on the group.

These courses are, by far, the best computer instruction I've had--probably for the following reasons:

Ms Tetterton is an excellent instructor...well organized, always focused, clear in explanation; well-paced, adroit in relation of general principles and specific examples. I hope her library supervisor will provide the strong recommendation she deserves on teaching for her dossier.

FTP Basics: June 5, 1996

[Was the instructor satisfactory?]
Very. Well organized. Very good technique in explaining detail. Excellent job.

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