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- Website: past.fvsu.edu/faculty-staff/johnson-juone-brown
Juone Brown is a tenured Associate Professor of Instructional Technology at Fort Valley State University (GA). She holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree, Dramatic Arts (Theatre Education) from North Carolina Central State University and a Master’s degree in Educational Technology also from North Carolina Central. Brown completed her doctoral course work and qualifying exam towards a doctoral degree in Instructional Systems Development at Virginia Tech. She has trained faculty in the U.S., Ghana, Botswana, and Nigeria in the effective use of instructional technology and software to improve teaching, assessment of learning, and has assisted in the design and development of several technology centers. Her research interests include "technology gaps" related to gender, class, race, and age differences. Brown has been recognized for her contributions to a number of community service and outreach programs. She is a proud recipient of the Outstanding Community Service award from the Sister’s Keepers organization for her work via a play she authored and staged heightening the public’s awareness of the need to fund research to find a cure for Breast Cancer.