Sketching Out Blog: Sketches of art, watercolor, photos, recipes, books, interviews, Jewish topics, and Highland Park, New Jersey

About My Work

In between working on intriguing posts for your enjoyment and taking care of my family, I do website work for a number of Central New Jersey businesses and organizations. Sometimes it takes a while before my work becomes public, but recently I edited a number of web pages that I can share with you:
Catch the Reading Bug poster

  • Yesterday, I put the Rutgers Bildner Center for the Study of Jewish Life’s
    Fall 2008 Public Events. Note that in December Dara Horn, author of The World to Come, a book recommended by Mother in Israel, will be speaking at Rutgers.
  • The Highland Park Public Library has a bug poster to advertise summer programming for children. The bug poster, by children’s book illustrator Harry Bliss, is part of a national program called Collaborative Summer Library Program, so you may see a similar one on another library site. I just added some text to make it unique to our library.
  • New Jersey School of Dental Assisting had me add their newest schedule, information about tuition and financing, and a new field on their contact form.
  • I did some edits for Wilkin & Guttenplan, an accounting firm in East Brunswick, New Jersey, including an animated gif of Best Places to Work award logos that you can see on the bottom right of the Careers page.

I will soon be working on a new online course for the Rutgers Bildner Center. The courses are free; so if you have some time to do a course, go to the Jewish Studies Online Studies page to take the Bible & History or the Israeli Political System. Also, I’ve been working a site for a local firm that is not yet public.

Ilana-Davita says

Thanks for enlightening us as to what your work consists in.

Leora says

Ilana-Davita, thanks for being interested. I like hearing about your work, too, when you write posts about it (if you go look at her blog, you'll read Ilana-Davita may work on a program of teaching kids about the Holocaust).

Ilana-Davita says

As I said in one comment the project was accepted and will concern two classes rather than one. I already have lots of ideas.


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