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Scholarly Works

Vicki Robinson
Associate Professor

2015 Submissions

Uninvited Presentations

Robinson, Vicki. "Doing Physics Experiments With Students In the Virtual World of Second Life." NYSETA Fall Conference. New York Cyber Security and Engineering Technology Association. Rochester, NY. 22 Oct. 2015. Conference Presentation. ˜

2014 Submissions

Journal Paper

Robinson, Vicki. "Teaching Physics to Deaf College Students in a 3-D Virtual Lab." Journal of Science Education for Students with Disabilities 17. 1 (2014): 41-52. Web. *

2013 Submissions

Uninvited Presentations

Robinson, Vicki and James Mallory. "Using The Virtual World of Second Life To Teach Computer Hardware and Physics." 2013 CAID National Conference. Convention of American Instructors of the Deaf. Rochester, New York. 27 Jun. 2013. Conference Presentation. £

Invited Keynote/Presentation

Robinson, Vicki. "Teaching Physics In An Immersive 3D Environment." VWBPE: Beyond The Stage. Virtual Worlds Best Practices In Education. Online, NY. 25 Jul. 2013. Keynote Speech. ∆

Robinson, Vicki. "Teaching Physics To Deaf Students In An Immersive 3D Environment." 2013 International Disability Rights Affirmation Conference. Virtual Ability: Disability Community & Support in Virtual Worlds. Online, NY. 27 Sep. 2013. Conference Presentation. ∆

Robinson, Vicki. "Teaching Physics To Deaf Students In An Immersive 3D Environment." MIWoSE: Monthly International Workshop on Science Exhibits in online 3D Environment. MIWoSE: Monthly International Workshop on Science Exhibits in online 3D Environment. Online, NY. 9 Nov. 2013. Guest Lecture. ∆

2012 Submissions

Uninvited Presentations

Robinson, Vicki and James Mallory. "Using The Virtual World of Second Life To Teach Computer Hardware and Physics." NYSETA Fall Conference 2012. New York State Engineering Technology Association. Rochester, New York. 26 Oct. 2012. Conference Presentation. £

Invited Keynote/Presentation

Robinson, V. J. and J. R. Mallory. "Using the Virtual World of Second Life to Teach Computer Hardware and Physics." New York State Engineering Technology Association (NYSETA) Conference (Fall 2012). NYSETA. Rochester, NY. 25 Oct. 2012. Conference Presentation.