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Bess began working with Microsoft SharePoint in 2003 and has worked with every version since, including 2016 and Office 365.  She enjoys leveraging her business analyst skills to assist organizations in getting the most out of their Microsoft investment.

During her Information Technology journey, Bess discovered the joys of improvisation.  She has traveled the country to study improv, including the top three schools in Chicago – The Second City, iO, and The Annoyance.  She performs locally with Dinner Detective and is the director of Indy Improv Collaborative, an improv troupe nominated for Nuvo’s Best of Indy in 2017.

Bess combines her improv skills with her 20 years of corporate experience in Information Technology, allowing her to specialize in collaborative solutions.  She is the owner of Collaborative Ventures, LLC.

Bess lives in Indianapolis, IN where she is raising her three children.

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Welcome to World Wide Web Wednesday!  I have a few things to share today.

I adore Lakeshore Learning products, especially their Alphabet Tubs.  I was thrilled when I stumbled on their Teacher Corner.  My favorite resource is the writing practice.  You can choose the size and style of font (print vs. cursive).  Then you add your own words and you’re ready to print.  I have used this create name and CVC tracing pages. 

Time for some humor.  The funny part might be that I have no idea who Ryan Gosling is.  I looked him up on IMDB and realized I haven’t seen a single movie he’s in.  Despite my pop culture ignorance I still find Homeschooling Ryan Gosling hilarious.  And if you read my post about Laminator Love yesterday then you know why I find this one particularity funny. 

#3 Seeds Family Worship Printables

If you haven’t heard of Seeds Family Worship yet then I highly recommend you drop what you’re doing and check out their CDs.  They are scripture set to upbeat music.  My kids love them and even I find them easy on the ears.  Best of all they are learning the word of God! 

The CDs alone have been a great tool but Biblestory Printables has created printable study material to go along with each song/verse.  The material is fantastic and includes items such a visual prints of the verse, copy pages, mini books and coloring pages.
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