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B. Dianne Calhoun’s Professional Business Portfolio

  1. Care Chiropractic – Personal Customer’s website
  2. COPIC Companies Intranet – Rewrite of Intranet using Dreamweaver and Fireworks (1999)
  3. COPIC Companies Intranet – Rewrite of Intranet using ColdFusion (2002)

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B. Dianne Calhoun’s Personal Portfolio

  1. The Women’s College Alumnae Website – Volunteer Webmaster
  2. Sparkcallcenter – ColdFusion class project
  3. Advanced Website Management class Project & Paper – Using Flash ActionScript

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B. Dianne Calhoun’s College Research Papers

  1. Innovative Approaches: Developing Effective Stories to Complement Instruction - Research in Information and Learning Technologies, University of Colorado at Denver - Summer Semester 2005
  2. Knowledge Management Technologies: Human Resources at the University of Denver - LIS 4202 Introduction to Knowledge Technologies, University College - May 23, 2005
  3. Using the Balanced Scorecard to Determine Corporate Information Needs - LIS 4200: Corporate Information Environment, University College - October 19, 2004
  4. Best Practices: Designing and Developing Web-Based Training - University College Capstone & Coffee Seminar Presentation - December 04, 2004
  5. WebBased Training Knowledge Guide - University College LIS 4200: Corporate Information Environment, Autumn Quarter Paper - October 31, 2004
  6. Trends and Issues: The Impact of Learning Objects - University of Colorado at Denver Trends and Issues Class Paper (Website) - December 8, 2003
  7. Best Practices for Using Macromedia MX Dreamweaver, Flash, and ColdFusion in Web Based Training – University College Master's Program Capstone Paper - May 28, 2003
  8. Information Architecture: Should we plan the Architecture of a Website? – Enterprise Architecture Class Paper - October 27, 2002
  9. Using Flash MX and Flash MX Remoting for Client/Server Technologies – Distributed Client/Server Class Paper - January 29, 2003
  10. Women: Gender Issues and Advancing Your Career – Introduction to Technical Writing Online Class Paper - October 27, 2002

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