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Apple Inc.

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Apple Inc.

1 Infinite Loop

Cupertino, California,95014

United States

Company Description

Apple Inc (Apple) designs, manufactures and markets mobile communication and media devices, personal computers, and portable digital music players, and a variety of related software, services, peripherals, networking solutions, and third-party digital content ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Dean

Undergraduate English Students' Association


Endorsing Artist

C.G. Conn Company


College's Associate Provost

Tougaloo College


Professor of Music

Jackson State University


Affiliations

Online Learning Consortium Inc

Board Member


Tennessee

Board of Regents Member


Education

Ph.D


degrees

Indiana University


Web References(35 Total References)


Board of Directors - OLC

onlinelearningconsortium.org [cached]

Robert Blaine, Ph.D
Robert Blaine, conductor, soloist and scholar balances diverse artistic and academic worlds with agility and aplomb. Serving as Tougaloo College's Associate Provost and Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs, Dr. Blaine has held positions as Dean of Undergraduate Studies and CyberLearning; Director of the Quality enhancement Plan - GEAR (Global Education through Analytical Reasoning) and Professor of Music and Director of Orchestral Studies at Jackson State University. Robert Blaine is highly active through his multifaceted career. Dr. Blaine has long been interested in the intersection between art, teaching and technology. His role as conductor of Tougaloo College and Jackson State University's CyberLearning initiatives provides leadership for the development of a 21st century learning environments for students and faculty. Dr. Blaine's most recent leadership initiatives have resulted in the development of INNOVATE, a center for the development and dissemination of digital content; CREATE, a center for project-based learning; the Digital Core, an interdisciplinary general education core delivered as multi-touch digital textbooks; and the recent designation as an Apple Distinguished School and Institutional Partner of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Dr. Robert Blaine is an Apple Distinguished Educator, TEDx presenter and an endorsing artist of the C. G. Conn Company. Dr. Blaine performs on Conn instruments exclusively.


www.jacksonfreepress.com

Mississippi Public Universities are well-represented among the speakers, with Dr. Robert Blaine, Dean of Undergraduate Studies and CyberLearning at Jackson State University, Dr. Scott Milroy, Assistant Professor of Marine Science at the University of Southern Mississippi, and Alysia Burton Steele, a photojournalist and assistant professor at the University of Mississippi's Meek School of Journalism and New Media, joining the roster.
Dr. Robert Blaine is the Dean of Undergraduate Studies and CyberLearning at Jackson State University. Blaine serves as Director of GEAR (Global Education through Analytical Reasoning), Artistic Director of the Mississippi Youth Symphony Orchestra, host of the television program, "Music Art" broadcast on the COLOURS Network in Jackson, Mississippi, and Professor of Music and Director of Orchestral Studies at Jackson State. Active as an international conductor and soloist, Dr. Blaine has led ensembles in performances in China, Central America, the Caribbean, and throughout North America. An active soloist, Robert has premiered several works for trombone. Holding degrees from Indiana University, the Catholic University of America, and the Eastman School of Music, Robert is an Apple Distinguished Educator and an endorsing artist of the C. G. Conn Company. Dr. Robert Blaine:Education Technology Dr. Robert Blaine is the Dean of Undergraduate Studies and CyberLearning at Jackson State University.


www.ubtechconference.com

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Robert Blaine Robert Blaine, conductor, soloist and scholar balances diverse artistic worlds with agility and aplomb. Serving as Jackson State University's Special Assistant to the Provost for CyberLearning; Director of GEAR, Global Education through Analytical Reasoning; and Professor of Music and Director of Orchestral Studies at Jackson State University, Robert Blaine is in great demand through his multifaceted career. Congruent with his dissertation project, "Gaming to Teach; Using a Virtual Reality Structured Intranet to Teach Solo Trombone Works by Rabe, Persichetti and Xenakis", Dr. Blaine has long been interested in the intersection between art, teaching and technology. His role as conductor of Jackson State University's CyberLearning initiative provides leadership for the development of a 21st century learning environment for students and faculty. Robert is an Apple Distinguished Educator and an endorsing artist of the C. G. Conn Company. Dr. Blaine performs on Conn instruments exclusively.


blackphd.com

Dr. Robert Blaine, Jackson State University's interim associate dean of the College of Liberal Arts, has been named an Apple Distinguished Educator.
Blaine was informed of his selection by Maxx Judd, worldwide program manager for ADE. Blaine is on ...


blackphd.com

Dr. Robert Blaine, Jackson State University's interim associate dean of the College of Liberal Arts, has been named an Apple Distinguished Educator.
Blaine was informed of his selection by Maxx Judd, worldwide program manager for ADE. Blaine is one of about 20 educators chosen worldwide this year. The program began in 1994 when Apple, Inc., recognized K-12 and higher education pioneers who were using a variety of Apple products to transform teaching and learning in powerful ways. As an ADE, Blaine joins a select group of more than 2,000 education professionals worldwide committed to the promise of educational technology to improve teaching and learning. I think it speaks to the leadership role in innovation that the university is taking, and I'm only one small piece of that," Blaine said. Blaine has been on faculty at JSU, a historically black university in Mississippi, since 2004. As director of the Quality Enhancement Plan, which is a facet of the university's accreditation through the Southern Association for Schools and Colleges, he was involved in research a few years ago that gave rise to a plan to improve student learning, Global Education through Analytical Reasoning. The GEAR plan called for the creation of a learning environment that included redesigned courses written as e-texts. After the implementation, educators found that students who owned mobile devices performed at higher levels than students without the devices. Blaine and a team of other JSU faculty and staff worked to level the playing field for all students by launching the 2012 iPad Technology Advantage Initiative. As part of the program, the entire JSU freshman class was given an iPad, and the device was integrated into the curriculum. The program also tracks student progress. "The research showed that students who used mobile devices in the curriculum were already generally academically enhanced. The students we needed to reach the most didn't have access to the technology, at first," Blaine said.


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