Judith A. Converso, PhD

Core Faculty, Dissertation Chair, The Graduate School

Contact:
jconverso@ncu.edu

Area of Expertise:
• Educational Research
• Instructional Systems Analysis and Design
• Distance Education; e-Learning

Education:
• Ph.D., Florida State University
• Ed.S., Stetson University
• M.A., State University of New York at Fredonia
• B.A., Nazareth College
• A.A., Jamestown Community College

Dissertation:
Large Scale Intervention: An Historical Case Study of Florida School Year 2000

Selected Publications:
• CyberSecurity Training Framework for the Department of Defense. Selected paper for 2012 Annual Proceedings, Society for Applied Learning Technology (SALT) New Learning Technologies Conference, Orlando, FL. (2011)
• Workforce Management & Development: Developing a Knowledge, Skills, & Competency Lifecycle Model. 2008 Annual Proceedings – Orlando, FL. Selected Tutorial presented at The Interservice / Industry Training, Simulation, and Education Conference (I/ITSEC) Orlando, FL. (2010)
• Large scale model for working with subject matter experts. In Patricia L. Rogers, Bemidji State University, USA, Gary A. Berg, California State University, USA, Ju¬dith V. Boettecher, Designing for Learning, USA, Caro¬line Howard, Emory University, USA, Lorraine Justice, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA, and Karen D. Schenk, K. D. Schenk and Associates Consulting, USA (Eds.). Encyclopedia of Distance and Online Learning (2nd ed – 4 Volumes). Hershey, PA: Idea Group, Inc. (Vol. III). (2009)

Selected Professional Experience:
• Adjunct Instructor, University of Central Florida, Instructional Technology and Design
• Adjunct Instructor, Nova Southeastern University, Instructional Technology and Distance Education
• Adjunct Instructor, George Washington University, Instructional Technology and Distance Education