Judith M. (Judy) Roberts

Judy Roberts has over 25 years' experience in national and international applications of learning technologies, with particular emphasis on distance and open learning, and telemedicine. Before starting her consulting practice, she worked from 1974-1990 as senior founding staff member of projects such as telemedicine in Newfoundland and Labrador, Telemedicine for Ontario in Toronto, and Contact North/Contact Nord in Sudbury Ontario.

She is an Adjunct Faculty member of the Graduate School of Management and Technology, University of Maryland University College, Consulting Editor to the International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning published by Athabasca University and serves on the Editorial Board of Distance Education, published for the Open and Distance Learning Association of Australia. She was a member of the first Office of Learning Technologies (Social Development Canada, formerly Human Resources Development Canada) Advisory Network of Experts, served on the Editorial Boards of the American Journal of Distance Education (2000-2004), developed the series Lifelong Learning on the Information Highway/L'apprentissage à vie sur l'inforoute (1998, 1999) and co-edited Why the Information Highway? Lessons from Open and Distance Education (1995). Her educational and work experiences have taken her to countries such as Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Israel, Guyana, Bermuda, the West Indies, Venezuela, Brunei, India, Singapore, Norway, Germany, Austria, the United Kingdom and France.

Organization: Judy Roberts & Associates