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Microsoft Office applications expert

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 with Violet Zhang






short description:
I am an expert at Microsoft Access, Excel, PowerPoint and Word
 
long description:
Being an expert in Microsoft Access, Excel, PowerPoint and Word, I am instructing finance students on how to use these software at college. In the mean time, I am training clients from large corportations in these areas. With a good understanding of my clients' needs, I can always provide them the best solution to make their job easier and more efficient.

I have created and worked on a variety of database and data files using Excel and Access 2003, 2007 and 2010.

In terms of teaching, I am perfect at creating a relaxed learning environment, delivering the knowledge clearly and understandably to the students, motivating studdents' participation, as well as enhancing their engagement and interest.
 
credits obtained:
n.a.
 
minimum class size:
1
 
availability:
20 hours a week
 
fee comments:
It is negotiable.
 
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Microsoft Office applications expert

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I am an expert at Microsoft Access, Excel, PowerPoint and Word


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languages: English
duration: 1h 0m
fee: 20US$  (200lp)
payment: at delivery
delivery method: live online and self-paced

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Violet Zhang



description of :
I am a professor teaching computer applications and marketing at college. I am also training people Microsoft Office applications from large organizations.
 
Teacher's qualifications:
Wenjun (Violet) Zhang
# 1111, 20 Olive Avenue,
Toronto, M2N 7G5
Phone: (416) 875 6697
violetz2002@yahoo.com
HIGHLIGHTS OF QUALIFICATIONS
 Eleven years of teaching experience in high-learning institutions
 Experienced in using online teaching tools such as WebCT, Blackboard, Moddle, etc.
 Strong financial skills, in-depth knowledge of Microsoft Office, Internet, E-mail
and Dreamweaver
 Excellent at both qualitative and quantitative research methods
 Expert at SPSS and other statistical software
 Excellent communication and coordination skills
 Excellent learning aptitude and aspiration for probing new areas of study
 High proficiency in Mandarin and English
EDUCATION
 Obtained MA in Communication and Culture from York University, Toronto in 2003
 Obtained MA in Economics from York University, Toronto in 2001
 Obtained BA in Economics majoring in Business Administration from Hebei
Economy & Trade University, China in 1993
TEACHING EXPERIENCE
2007 to present: Professor of Computer Applications, School of Business and Center for
Financial Services, George Brown College, Toronto
 Instructed and developed several computer software courses for accounting, finance,
marketing and management students
 Designed and delivered a few online computer courses
 Providing timely and effective feedback to the students’ deliverables
 Providing necessary education counseling as the education advisor to the students
 Participating in promotion events, teaching enhancement activities as well as conferences
organized by the department and college
 Making use of teaching and training software in course delivery
 Attending all faculty meetings and program meetings
January to April 2006: Course Instructor for Economics of Food Security at the Chang School of Continuing Education, Ryerson University
 Taught online courses and interacted with the students; evaluated the students’ work
according to the policy of the university
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2000 to present: Teaching Assistant at School of Management, Ryerson University, Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto, and Economics Department, York and Ryerson Universities, Toronto
 Providing one-on-one and group tutorials; communicated with students about academic
and non-academic problems
 Creating exam papers, marked essays, assignments, case studies and exam papers as
well as invigilated exams
COURSES TAUGHT
Course Instructing at Colleges in Toronto
ACCT 1031 Spreadsheet Concepts and Design (George Brown College)
COMP 1113 E-business
ACCT 3012 Database Concept and Design (George Brown College)
COMP 1192 Computer Applications for Database Marketing (George Brown College)
COMP 1110 Computer Applications for Marketing
ECON 1250 Economics I (Durham College)
CECN 100 Microeconomics (Humber College)
Course Instructed at Ryerson University, Toronto
CFNY 406 Economics of Food Security
Courses Assisted at the University of Toronto
MGT 252 Principles of Marketing
MGT 2301 Financial Management
MGT 2505 Integrated Marketing Communications
MGT 262 Individual and Group Behavior
MGT 363 Organization Theory & Design
MGT 339 Business Finance II
MGT 353 Introduction to Marketing Management
MGT 2306 Options and Futures (MBA course)
MGT 2304 Financial Institutions & Capital Markets (MBA course)
MGT 428 Management Control
MGT 2501 Global Marketing (MBA course)
MGT 1382 Statistics
MGT 1350 Managing Customer Value
MGT 2010 Business Government Relations (MBA course)
MGT 1263 Managing People in Organizations (MBA course)
MGT 492 Introduction to Strategic Management
MGT 431 Advanced Topics in Corporate Finance
RSM 332 Capital Market Theory
MGM101 Introduction to Management Functions
MGT 1330 Business Finance (MBA course)
MGT 2518 Data Driven Marketing (MBA course)
MGM102 Management in A Changing Environment
MGT 2309 Mergers and Acquisitions (MBA course)
MGT 2127 Economic Environment of International Business (MBA course)
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MGT 481 Organization Strategy
MGT 2057 Venture Capital Strategy (MBA course)
MGM400 Special Topics in Management
MGT439 International Finance
MGT 400 Special Topics in Management
MGT 2052 Management Consulting
MGT 2306 Options and Futures Market
Courses Assisted at Ryerson University, Toronto
ACCT 406 Introductory Management Accounting
EF 8911 International Monetary Economics (MA course)
PLG 710 Municipal Financing for Planning Professionals
FNC 200 Consumer Studies: Consumer Behavior
ECN 104 Introductory Microeconomics
ECN 204 Introductory Macroeconomics
MKT100 Introduction to Marketing
ECN 801 Engineering Economics
MHR841 Organization Theory
QMS102 Business Statistics
Courses Assisted at York University, Toronto
ECON 3430 Money, Banking and Finance
ECON 2500 Introductory Statistics for Economics
ECON 1000 Introduction to Microeconomics
ECON 1010 Introduction to Macroeconomics
ECON 3480 Introductory Economics Statistics
ECON 1530 Introductory Mathematics for Economics
INDUSTRY WORK EXPERIENCE
2003: Acted as freelance writer for the program Outfront at CBC Radio One, Toronto
 Wrote script and provided on-air voicing
1993 to 2000: Assistant Marketing Manager and Marketing Researcher in Hebei TV, China
 Conducted TV ratings research; scheduled programs
 Developed and executed effective marketing plan that recruits new viewers and retains
current audience
 Directed five-employee functions marketing research, market planning, new market
development, advertising and on-air promotion
 Planed and organized promotion events; prepared for promotion materials; participated in
promotion activities such as making and distributing
 Liaised with internal department and external organizations and clients
 Advised management about market trends and critical regional market activities
 Managed international co-production projects from conception to completion
2004: Communications Officer
CUPE 3903 Communications Committee, York University, Toronto, Canada
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 Edited the newspaper Critical Time/ Kept union members well-informed through
internal communications
 Maintained and updated CUPE 3903 website/processed e-mails from union members
AWARD
2009 Nominated for 2009 University of Toronto Teaching Assistant Award
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
2009 Debate: Academic Integrity workshop
2008 Exceptional Teaching: Working Creatively with Large Classes
2008 Exceptional Teaching 3: Getting the Most out of Group Work
2008 Human Rights Lunch & Learn Finding Dawn: Native Women and Equity
2008 Pearson Professional Development Workshop: Strategies to reach, teach and motivate
today's students
2004 The University Teaching Practicum
VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE
2004 6th International Third-Sector Research Conference, Center for Voluntary Sector
Studies (CVSS) at Ryerson University
Book Review
2010 New Perspectives Excel 2010, Cengage Learning, USA
2010 New Perspectives Word 2010, Cengage Learning, USA
2010 New Perspectives Access 2010, Cengage Learning, USA
2010 New Perspectives PowerPoint 2010, Cengage Learning, USA
REFERENCES AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST
 
's preferred teaching style:
In teaching online courses, I provide the students clear guidance on what to do for each class ahead of time. I also post videos to facilitate the students' study. The students can always get my reply to their inquiries through email. For the students who seemingly lagging behine, I would contact them personally. I use video and audio tools to make the learning more interesting.
 



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