Ed Tech Copywriter, Blogger, and Content Strategist

You need to connect with your audience — whether they’re teachers, technology coordinators, administrators, or government officials.

But you can’t rely on the old mass marketing methods to do that.

You need to build an ongoing relationship. Content and great copy can help you do that — as long as it’s part of a well planned and effective strategy.

Whether you need help highlighting the quality that makes you or your product irresistible or just identifying who to share your story with, we can work together to make sure everyone knows how amazing you are.

I can help you with:

  • Content — case studies, white papers, and so on — to help
    your evangelists connect and share your story with the people
    who don’t know how much they need you (yet)
  • Ideas, strategies, and tactics to target your story to the people who need to hear it
  • Crystal-clear copy for your website or newsletter
  • Publicity in local and trade publications

WHAT MY CLIENTS ARE SAYING

I hired Jennifer as a freelance writer for a higher education industry blog with a challenging audience to reach. Not only did Jennifer suggest creative topics and ideas for expanding our readership, but she delivered compelling, well-written, and relevant articles week after week. Jennifer takes the initiative to investigate thought-provoking angles and write informative yet easy-to-absorb articles. She was prompt with submitting invoices and extremely responsive to all inquiries. I thoroughly enjoyed working with Jennifer, and would jump at the chance to hire her again!

I worked with Jennifer for a number of years at ISTE. She's a joy to work with and one of the most talented, detail-oriented editors I had the pleasure of working with. She dependable, hard-working, and very creative.

WHAT READERS SAY

 

"The Best of Learning & Leading with Technology (Volumes 31-35)" definitely lives up to name. It is an outstanding collection of articles and commentary on the latest trends and topics in educational technology and leadership. The articles underwent a rigorous selection process, nominated by readers, and represent a broad range of curriculum areas and age groups. The articles are both relevant and timeless, covering such topics as digital citizenship, educational research, leadership, blogging, project-based learning, 21st Century classroom technologies, mentoring, and classroom strategies. Many of the articles feature accompanying commentary by the original authors to provide an updated context. As an added bonus, Editor Jennifer Roland provides valuable historical insights into the evolution of the International Society for Technology in Education--the parent organization under which the "Learning & Leading with Technology" magazine is published. I highly recommend this collection for anyone interested in understanding the latest information on themes of education, technology and leadership. I consider it a must read for school administrators, teachers and educational technologists. In fact, I enjoyed the book so much that I purchased a second copy for a colleague of mine, who is in charge of instructional technology for our K-12 school district.