It Is Your Data Talking! - Webinar

Robin Robinson
Robin is the Director of Education Technology and Instructional Design at Framingham State University (FSU) reporting to the CIO. At FSU, Robin is responsible for implementing strategies for the integration of technology throughout the curriculum; facilitating related continuous academic improvements based on quality standards and generally accepted best practices regardless of the course delivery modality. Robin earned a Master's degree in Technical and Professional Writing from Northeastern University in Boston. She has presented at both regional and national conferences and co-authored an article in the December 10, 2012, Educause Review and contributed a Case Study to Introduction: Online Learning in Higher Education: The Case for Action, edited by Dr. Richard Kesner. On campus, Robin is the co-facilitator of the FSU Quality Matters course design initiative, leads E-Learning collaborative teams, is an active member of many ITS planning committees and the Center for Excellence in Learning, Teaching, Scholarship and Service (CELTSS). She is an adjunct instructor for continuing education teaching professional development courses on Assistive Technology, Flipping the Classroom and The Digital Child. And an instructor for the Boston Public Schools Pathways Program. 

Amy E. Schack
Amy Schack currently serves as the Program Coordinator for the Northeast Regional Computer Program (NERCOMP).  In this role, she works directly with professional development organizers to plan and execute workshops and webinars.  She also handles data analysis/presentations in order to assist committees and the Board of Trustees in furthering the mission, vision and strategic plan of NERCOMP.  She also serves on the Professional Development Committee, Data Task Force, Leadership Ecosystem Task Force, and Community Relations Committee.  Amy recently completed Tableau and Storytelling with Data training.

Prior to joining NERCOMP, Amy worked as the Director of Residential Life at several colleges and universities in New York.  In these roles, she worked with the Division of Student Affairs to create strategic plans, assess departmental quality and plan new programs, services and initiatives. 

Amy holds a Master of Science in Education with a concentration in Counseling from Fordham University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and Secondary Education certification from Eastern Connecticut State University.