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Brad Hosack (University of Minnesota)

Brad Hosack
New Media Developer

Minneapolis, Minnesota
UNITED STATES

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Brad Hosack is currently the New Media Developer for the College of Education and Human Development at the University of Minnesota, where he collaborates with team members to produce educational internet-based software tools to support learning at the post-secondary level. Brad participates in a number of departmental project groups to assist faculty in producing unique digital solutions to improve course content delivery. He has his bachelor's of science in the field of computer graphics technology and new media development from Purdue University, and is currently pursuing his masters degree in Learning Technology for Curriculum and Instruction at the University of Minnesota.

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