In her free time she paints,
writes, gardens, and takes
care of her dog, Lily.
Camille is a life-long educator and writer. For the past ten
years, she has worked as  a writer, editor, and a
writing/publications coach. She is the author of three books
and numerous publications.

Before she retired, she was a national leader in the K-12
educational technology field for over 20 years, including
as the Coordinator for Distance Learning for the state of

she writes and provides editing services in both
fiction and non-fiction genres. She enjoys working with
emerging writers, and providing writing services for
established organizations, including website content,
articles, reports, and white papers.

Camille was educated at the University or Oregon..

Publications (Click on links for samples):


Cole, Camille, The Brass Bell, Sahalie Publishing, 2013
Cole, Camille,
Connecting Students to
S.T.E.M. Careers
,  ISTE, 2011
Videoconferencing for K-12 Classrooms, ISTE, 2004; 2009

Articles/ Columns:

Cole, Camille (2016) “The Cloud goes to School;  All          
Together Now"
 Converge Magazine
Cole, Camille (April, 1998)
“TV or Not TV?” Portland Parent

Magazines and Online:
   For sample, scroll down to "Tuck and Roll by CamilleCole", Contributing Education Editor
Miscellaneous articles and book reviews: Eugene
Weekly,        Portland Parent, and City
Cole, Camille “
Grants, Contests, and other Good
Technology & Learning Magazine (monthly column)


Cole, Camille (2007 anthology), “The Flower Thief,” The
Ink Filled Page
Cole, Camille (2007), “A Life of Crime,” Oregon
Literary Review, Winter/Spring. Vol.2. No. 1
Serial satirical soap opera:
As the Rain Falls, Eugene
Magazine (monthly)