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Linda Ullah is Teacher in Residence at Foothill College's Center for Innovation. She is a former elementary school teacher. She is a Technology Learning Coordinator for the Challenge 2000 Multimedia Project, a member of the Leadership Team, Curriculum Developer and Trainer for the Santa Clara County Office of Education's Internet Institutes, and a Curriculum Developer and Online Facilitator for Classroom Connect's Connected University. She has been a presenter as several technology related conferences and has presented and taught technology integration and training workshops internationally. Linda has a M.Ed in Special Education, and BA is Social Studies.

Dorothy Cowell is a third grade teacher at Bullis School in Los Altos, CA. She has been a curriculum developer, member of the leadership team, and trainer for the Santa Clara County Office of Education’s Internet Institute. She has a B. A. and a Masters degree from SUNY. She is currently pursuing a M. A. in Instructional Technology at San Jose State University.

Edwin Español holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Education, major in Mathematics, from the University of Santo Tomas -- The Pontifical University of the Philippines. He also holds a certificate in COBOL programming from Systems Technology Institute, Philippines. He is currently working as a Mathematics and Computer Science teacher at East Side Union High School District. In his four years of teaching in the United States, he has helped in preparing students for college by teaching higher level of mathematics in his school site. He is currently taking his M.A. in Instructional Technology at San Jose State University.

Dawn Bieser holds a Bachelor's Degree in Information Systems Management from the University of San Francisco. She also holds a California Teaching Credential in Information Systems Management. In her six years of teaching, she has helped adults prepare for office jobs by teaching computer applications and office skills at local Adult Education Schools. Dawn worked on this project as part of her internship for her M.A. in Instructional Technology at San Jose State University.