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Tony Crider presents at instructional technology conference

Tony Crider, associate professor of physics, presented on April 27 at a conference on instructional technology at Duke University. Showcase 2012, sponsored by the Duke Center for Instructional Technology, celebrates creativity and innovation in using technology in education.

Crider spoke as part of panel discussion on “Exploring Games for Learning” with Elizabeth Evans (UNC-Chapel Hill), Laura Chrisopherson (UNC-Chapel Hill), and Patrick Jagoda (University of Chicago).

Tony Crider,
Faculty
4/27/2012 2:54 PM