Dr. David Robinson has been a full-time faculty member in the Towson University Instructional
Technology program since 2005, serving as the school library media program director
and currently at the rank of Assistant Professor.
Previously, Dr. Robinson served as a Towson University adjunct faculty member, while
employed with local public and private schools in various roles including library
media specialist, teacher, coach and technology coordinator.
Robinson, D.E. (2017) Universal Design for Learning and school libraries: A logical
partnership. Knowledge Quest: A Journal of the American Association of School Librarians,
Robinson, D.E. and Sadera W. (2017). Factors affecting technology integration in internship based teaching experiences.
International Journal of Instructional Technology and Distance Learning, 14 (4). 57-75.
Robinson, D. and Sadera B. (2015). Factors affecting technology integration in internship-based
teaching experiences. (Journal article preparation based on dissertation research).
To be submitted for publication consideration in the summer of 2015.
Robinson, D. and Wizer, D. (2015). Quality of online course content and delivery.
To be submitted for publication in the summer of 2015.
Robinson, D.E. (2017). UDL: Flexing classroom assessments to align with student strengths. Session presented at the Lilly Conference, Bethesda, Maryland.
Robinson, D.E. (2017). Principals of UDL and Quality Matters in designing online courses. Session presented at the Lilly Conference, Bethesda, Maryland.
Robinson, D and Wizer, D. (2016). Point counter point: Principles of UDL and Quality
Matters in designing online courses. Proceedings of the 2016 UDL-IRN Conference, Towson,