JOSEPH S. FREEDMAN has over 30 years of experience as a public speaker and a teacher and worked for over 10 years as an archivist, librarian, and library manager. He has B.A., M.A., Ph.D. degrees in History from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a Masters of Information and Library Studies from the University of Michigan. He is a professor in the College of Education at Alabama State University (Montgomery) and been a guest professor at the Universities of Halle-Wittenberg and Munich (in Germany).
He has taught history, education, philosophy, library management, and English as a second language and gives presentations on a wide variety of topics to K-12 students, at professional conferences, and non-academic adult audiences. Topics that underlie all of his teaching, lectures, and experience as a library manager and archivist are motivation, conceptual, research, and writing skills, innovation and creativity, customer service, career advancement, and practical applications of classroom instruction. One principal purpose of his research and his (primarily historical) publications is the use or relevant parts thereof for presentations to individual groups focusing on a wide range of present-day topics. In presenting, his goal is both to educate and to entertain; he combines -- as appropriate -- the serious and the factual with the anecdotal and the lighthearted. He specifically tailors his presentations to the interests of his audiences.
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