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Contact-new.svg Ellen Feig
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Employer:Bergen Community College
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This user was certified a Wiki Apprentice Level 2 by ASnieckus .

My Profile

I am currently a professor of composition and literature at Bergen Community College in Paramus, New Jersey.

Professional Background:

Former attorney, freelance television and film writer and non-fiction writer of two published works.


  • Smith College, BA American Studies 1984
  • NY Law School, JD, 1988
  • National University, MFA, 2006
  • Central Michigan University, MA 2011

My Interests

Passionate about global development and peace studies; love to read and write; interested in global literacy.


  • Malaria Griot, ONE/Malaria No More
  • Carl Wilkens Fellow, Genocide Intervention Network
  • Regional Organizer Academy Member, MoveOn


Malaria related photos

/My Favorite Books


My Projects

Awareness and Action Initiative on Child Slavery, Trafficking and Abduction

Genocide Intervention and Peace Studies

Multi-cultural literature and the story of the invisible voice

Malaria: Telling the Story

My Sandbox

My sandbox

My Reflection

I have really enjoyed learning these techniques and believe that WikiEducator has significant promise for open education source material.

Learning contract text

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By signing this optional learning contract I will try to complete my training in basic wiki editing skills to achieve the status of a Wikibuddy. In return for this free training opportunity, I will give the gift of knowledge by donating or developing at least one free content resource licensed under a CC-BY-SA or CC-BY license which can be used by myself (and others) on WikiEducator.
Brief description of project
A content resource for use in freshman and sophomore composition classes focusing on the new literature written by survivors of conflict - the literature of the "silent voice."
Target date for completion
March 15, 2011

--Ellen Feig 14:03, 11 February 2011 (UTC)