Kathleen Doty Roberts, Ph.D.

Curriculum Vitae




EDUCATION:             Doctor of Philosophy in Computing Technology in Education

Nova Southeastern University, Computing Technology in Education, 2004 

Dissertation:  Infusing Online Components into the Academic Coursework of

High Schools in the State of New York using HSTOR-E (High School Teachers’ Online Resource Environment)


Educational Specialist

Nova Southeastern University, Computing Technology in Education, 2003


Post Graduate Courses in Math and Computer Applications

at Queensboro, St. Rose College, Farmingdale University, Hofstra University.


Certificate of Advanced Study – Educational Administration

Hofstra University, 1982


Master of Science in Special Education

Queens College Graduate School, 1974


                                    Bachelor of Arts in Education

Queens College, 1972



CERTIFICATION:      NYS School District Superintendent

NYS School Administrator and Supervisor

                                    NYS Mathematics extension


NYS Special Education (all levels)

NYC Health Conservation

NYC Educational Administration

NYC Supervisor Special Education

NYC Educational Administrator




2006-present               Queens High School of Teaching, Bellerose, NY

                                    Collaborative Team Teacher--Special Education Teacher Support Service.


2004-2006                   Region 4, Long Island City, NY

                                    Technology Staff Developer


2004-present               University of Phoenix

                                    Online Facilitator


1981-2004                   Grover Cleveland High School, Ridgewood, NY

Resource Room Teacher, Transition Linkage Coordinator, Special Education Teacher, Administrative Assistant, Mentor Teacher, Compliance Coordinator, Grant Writing Chairman


2002                            Queens High School Superintendent’s Office, Whitestone, NY

                                    Worked with the eQHS as part of their Tech Team to develop professional development seminars and training to incorporate technology into the coursework of the high schools in Queens. 


2001-2002                   Classroom Connect’s Connected University

Staff member of online professional development community offering educators online courses and instructional support.


1981                            District 24 Superintendent’s Office, Maspeth, NY

Assistant Instructor - Teacher In-Service Human Relations course, Administrative Intern, Office of Funded Programs


1977 – 1981                Ridgewood Junior High School 93, Annex, Ridgewood, NY

                                    Special Education Department Coordinator, Health Conservation Teacher


1980                            Teachers’ Consortium, New York, NY

Teacher Trainer - to prepare teachers for the NYC licensing exams


1973 –1977                 Woodside Junior High School 125, Woodside, NY

                                    Health Conservation Teacher, Crisis Intervention Teacher





                 Association for the Advancement in Computing in Education (AACE), Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc. (IEEE)





Roberts, K. (2004).  The Need for Universal Design in Online Learning Environments (OLEs).  AACE Journal 12(2), 203-212.


Roberts, K. & Bruciati, A. (2004, July).  Accessibility and Universal Design.  Proceedings of the EISTA (Educational and Information Systems and Technology) Conference: Orlando, FL.


Roberts, K. (2004).  Infusing Online Components into the Academic Coursework of High Schools in the State of New York using HSTOR-E (High School Teachers’ Online Resource Environment). FL: Nova Southeastern University (doctoral dissertation).


Roberts, K. (1999).  National Society Colonial Daughters of the Seventeenth Century Lineage Book: Centennial Remembrance Edition.  MD:  Gateway Publishing.


Roberts, K. (1974).  Closed Circuit Television and Other Devices for the Partially Sighted. NY:  Queens College Graduate School (unpublished master’s thesis).