There are now two decades of experience with the use of instructional technology in colleges and universities. This profile of Syracuse University's Center for Instructional Development is the fourth in a series of profiles documentlng the practices of two dozen institutions. A look at their experience may benefit others considering new ways to teach. This report, written by Ronald Gross of the Academy for Educational Development, and the other reports in this series, are supported by a special grant to EFL from the Ford Foundation.
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