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Key West Florida Summer 2018

Here are a few photos from our trip to Key West.

The camera on the iPhone is amazing!

David Brodosi USF
photo by David Brodosi

David Brodosi USF
photo by David Brodosi

David Brodosi USF
photo by David Brodosi

David Brodosi USF
photo by David Brodosi

David Brodosi USF
photo by David Brodosi

David Brodosi USF
photo by David Brodosi

David Brodosi USF
photo by David Brodosi

David Brodosi USF
photo by David Brodosi

David Brodosi USF
photo by David Brodosi

Photos by David Brodosi



David Brodosi is a leader in the deployment and operation of faculty support services for Online Learning and Instructional Technology Services with proven experience in managing all phases of projects from conception to final product delivery. David manages and provides guidance on technology strategies and trends for state-of-the-art classrooms, online course development, and faculty instructional design support services. David is recognized as a thought leader regarding the intersection of AV/IT, collaboration and online learning technologies that support his organization’s mission to deliver world-class research and technology solutions for higher education institutions.

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