Jennifer L. Robinson

Jennifer L. RobinsonJennifer L. Robinson is a Program Chair and Associate Professor for the University of Arizona Global Campus. She earned a Ph.D. in Education with specializations in literacy and English as a second language from Washington State University, an M.A. in Applied Linguistics and TESOL from Ohio University, and a B.S. in Psychology (specializing in Human Development/Gerontology and Cognition) from Washington State University. Dr. Jen has taught in Washington, Ohio, Delaware, and Wisconsin and has presented in the U.S., Mexico, England, Spain, and Northern Ireland, in addition to serving as a volunteer ESL teacher for refugees and asylees in England. She has been teaching for over 25 years in multiple capacities including K-12 ESL, elementary and middle regular education, higher education ESL, and undergraduate and graduate university. Her research interests include using professional learning communities in online teaching environments, supporting online students and faculty, English language learners’ reading and writing, and providing successful feedback meant to support students’ learning.


Providing Writing Feedback in Online Teaching and Learning: The PAUSE Framework
Jennifer L. Robinson. © 2024. 202 pages.
In the world of online education, where subject matter experts (SMEs) possess their expertise with authority, yet often find themselves navigating the intricate landscape of...
Becoming and Supporting Online Adjunct Faculty in a Gig Economy
Jennifer L. Robinson. © 2023. 277 pages.
A gig economy is a system where employers hire independent and qualified workers for short-term contracts. While this might seem like a system worlds away from higher education...