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Paulette Robinson
Assistant Dean for Teaching, Learning, and Technology, NDU/IRM College

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Dr. Paulette Robinson is the Assistant Dean for Teaching and Learning for the Information Resources Management College at the National Defense University. As part of her position, she is also responsible to review all student assessment plans and create evaluation capabilities for College courses and programs. She is also manages technology for the College. In this position, she manages a distributed learning instructional design group, oversees technology purchases, reviews emerging technologies for inclusion in the innovations and simulations lab, implements technology and facilitates instructional use of technology for the College. In addition, she is the leader for the Federal Consortium for Virtual Worlds. A group of over 1,000 from government (federal, state, local and international), industry, and academia who are interested in the use of virtual worlds in government, confronting and solving common issues, as well as sharing best practices.

Before joining the Federal Government, Dr. Robinson was the Assistant Director for Academic Support in the Office of Information Technology at the University of Maryland where she managed an instructional design team specializing in e-learning, mentored faculty in the appropriate use of instructional technologies in their courses, investigated as well as recommended emerging instructional technologies, and consulted with the Center for Teaching Excellence on student assessment through faculty workshops and campus-wide presentations.

Dr. Robinson has over 20 years experience working in higher education as an administrator and faculty member. She focused her doctoral studies within higher educational policy, planning and administration in the areas of curriculum, instructional technology and e-learning. She has given over 50 presentations at national conferences and is the author of several book chapters and journal articles.

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Agile Government, Emerging Topics
Location: Room 201
Kevin Curry (Bridgeborn, Inc.), Eric Hackathorn (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration), Jeanne Holm (Jet Propulsion Laboratory, NASA), Pam Broviak (City of Geneva, Illinois), Paulette Robinson (NDU/IRM College)
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We'll bring together experts from NOAA, NASA, NDU and others in public and private sectors for a panel hosted simultaneously at the Expo and in a virtual world. The panel will be Q&A about how virtual worlds are being used by by government in practice; to examine what works, what doesn't, and what's next. Read more.
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