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Re: Introduction: Edwina Lui

From: Denis Boudreau <info@denisboudreau.org>
Date: Wed, 19 Jul 2017 14:18:01 -0400
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To: "Edwina Lui" <edwina.lui@kaplan.com>, "" <w3c-wai-eo@w3.org>
Welcome to our group, Edwina!


Denis Boudreau,
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On 2017-07-19 11:58:52 AM, Edwina Lui <edwina.lui@kaplan.com> wrote:

My name is Edwina Lui and I am the Director of Information Architecture at Kaplan Test Prep. Over 11 years at Kaplan, I've worked extensively in our Publishing and Learning Science teams, focusing on content architecture and display requirements throughout the content lifecycle, for both internal and external users.

As part of Kaplan's Publishing group, I've engaged in several industry groups' work on developing and advocating for publishing standards, and have helped Kaplan align to industry best practices for both content creation and publication in print and digital formats. Now, as part of Learning Science, I'm focused on helping our instructors, subject matter experts, and technology teams make informed decisions in the creation and delivery of learning content. I'm especially interested in understanding and incorporating relevant content-related standards and best practices into our internal content workflows, from ideation to delivery, reinforcing Kaplan's mission to to provide effective learning content to all of our students.

I look forward to learning more about the work of the EOWG, and contributing to that work moving forward!

Edwina Lui
Director of Information Architecture, Learning Science
Kaplan Test Prep | 750 3rd Ave, NY, NY 10017 | 917.344.2435
Received on Wednesday, 19 July 2017 18:18:26 UTC

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