“The responsibility of knowing is sharing.”
Linda Dickeson, distance learning manager for Lincoln Public Schools, has been a technology training specialist helping educators and students develop skills in digital photo editing, desktop publishing, multimedia, web development, word processing, databases and spreadsheets, and Internet applications since 1987. She has provided all levels of training in support of teacher productivity and curriculum integration and has completed a 75-hour course to become and Adobe Education Trainer. As an author, educator, and trainer, Dickeson believes in more than just skill building — she emphasizes learning to use technology tools effectively in the classroom with training relevant to educators.
Dickeson specializes in teaching educators and students to use Adobe InDesign, Acrobat Pro, Photoshop, Photoshop Elements, and Adobe Premiere Elements software. Her publications include the CLICKstep Teacher Training book series (FTC Publishing) with titles on InDesign, Acrobat Pro, Photoshop Elements, and Adobe Premiere Elements.
As a workshop leader and speaker, Dickeson presents at numerous state, regional, and national conferences including ISTE, TCEA, FETC, TIES, ITEC, METC, NETA, and USDLA. Dickeson also has conducted workshops by invitation in multiple states and in Canada. She is a past president of NETA (Nebraska Educational Technology Association), served as the executive director for many years, and was on the Board of Directors for 18 years. Dickeson is now on the Board of Directors for the Nebraska Distance Learning Association. She holds a master of education degree in instructional technology and has been an Adobe Education Leader since early 2004.