User:Lynda Williams

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Lynda Williams is an instructional design project consultant at BCIT in Burnaby, British Columbia. She worked for the University of Northern B.C. from 1994 to 2009 as: computer science instructor, project leader in e-learning and professional development and instructional designer for the nursing program. As an instructor, Lynda pioneered in the use of WebCT for interactive, textbook-free instruction, receiving an honorary mention in the first WebCT awards. She has received two awards for her community leadership in public access to the internet and founded one of the first FreeNets in Canada. Lynda is also a science fiction author, has published on the subject of changing culture surrounding copyright in the digital age, and produced an online literary journal for ten years. Her ten-novel Okal Rel saga is published by Edge Science Fiction and Fantasy Publishing of Calgary.

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