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Education Technology Consultant, Founder Academic ADL Co-Lab


Judy Brown, recently retired as Emerging Technology Analyst for the University of Wisconsin System, Brown conducted research and consulted on new computer directions and related technologies for all campuses in the 15 institution UW System. She focused on partnerships for improving learning with corporate, government and educational institutions and was the Founder and Director of the Academic ADL Co-Lab in Madison, WI.
Previously she coordinated the WTCS Hardware and Software Purchasing Consortium and other statewide technology initiatives for 16 technical college districts comprised of 47 campuses.
Brown has been involved with learning technologies for over 22 years and has been involved in online learning since writing CBT applications on the mainframe in 1984. She was named one of the Top 100 women in computing by McGraw Hill's Open Computing magazine. For six years she wrote a technology column for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and has written for the Higher Education Cooperative Purchase Consortium and The College Magazine; helps coordinate eWEEK's Corporate Partner Program; and is a member of the Masie Consortium Learning Leadership Council.


Educational technology, distributed learning, mobile learning, game-based learning, repositories