Carolyn Gillay holds both her B.A. and M.A. from
the University of Michigan. She was a manager of software development
in industry before making the move to education 17 years ago.
Carolyn was one of the earliest developers of the
DOS class and curriculum at Saddleback College. From that first class,
she has been a key player in developing the curriculum for, as well as
teaching classes in, various operating systems, including Windows 3.1,
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows NT, and Linux. She also teaches various
application software such as Quicken.
In addition, Carolyn is the author of 18 college
textbooks on operating systems, all published by Franklin, Beedle and
Associates and participates in a Windows information site.