Uwe Kreisel is
a writer of travel books, textbooks, and computer books.
Published numerous textbooks
and CD-ROMs in the field of ESL (English as a Second
Language) and three books on intercultural issues for the
German publishers Rowohlt (Hamburg) and Hueber (Munich).
Also wrote and published two books on the Internet and the
World Wide Web.
Teacher: Teaching experience in the
field of linguistics, public administration, information
technology, graphic arts, intercultural topics, e-learning
and language training. Taught in Germany, China and the
United States (university lectures and seminars, in-house
training, tailored corporate training). Delivery methods
include case-studies, PowerPoint slides, role-plays, and
simulations. CD-ROM and e-learning systems were incorporated
into some curricula.
Graphic artist: Experienced
Adobe PhotoShop, InDesign, PageMaker, Illustrator and Premier user.
Expert on Multilingual Desktop Publishing, especially for
publications in Chinese. Designed and illustrated several EU-programme newsletters, brochures and textbooks in China
using a Chinese version of PageMaker 6.5.
English-language content for web sites and programme
Illustrator, cartoonist, web designer: Proficient
Web-sites for several projects and businesses, including a
Chinese university, an EU training programme as well as
several German and Chinese companies, including two
expert: Designed and implemented training
and testing software using authoring software and
Uwe is also a
full-service provider with
15 years of experience, combining
artistic and technical competence with a knack for teaching
and training. He delivers both content (text) and form
(artwork and design, camera-ready) for publications ranging
from newsletters to websites and training courses.
include GM Germany's Opel AG, Rowohlt Publishing, Hueber
Publishing, Buch & Welt Publishing, the EU-China Training
Programme on Village Governance, Icon Institute Public
Sector GmbH, the Dutch Institute for Public Administration (ROI),
SPAN Consulting (NL), Systhema Software, United Soft Media,
and aigo, China's leading IT company.
German native speaker.
Perfect spoken and written English. Basic spoken
Swedish, Italian and
Chinese. Can read
Undergraduate work in
graduate work in art history and comparative literature.
Postgraduate studies in
science, literature, linguistics, and American studies.
Master's Degree in literature.
resident in Stockholm, Sweden, and Jemgum, Germany.
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