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Hello, the Brodosi family glad you’re here. This is our first site dedicated to showing you our family travels. We are not professional travelers or bloggers, we just want to share our family time. With our two teenage boys in toe, my wife and I enjoy showing our kids the world and let them explore and try new things. – David Brodosi
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Welcome to David Brodosi’s website

David Brodosi and family traveling by ship to cozumel mexico
David Brodosi and family

About Us

Hello, the Brodosi family glad you’re here. This is our first site dedicated to showing you our family travels. We are not professional travelers or bloggers, we just want to share our family time. With our two teenage boys in toe, my wife and I enjoy showing our kids the world and let them explore and try new things.

Mexico’s sprawling capital is known for its eclectic neighborhoods (as many as 350), that each has distinct characteristics. As such, Mexico City offers a myriad of options for sightseeing, shopping, and dining, and one of the best ways to explore this fascinating destination is with a tour. U.S. News compiled this list of the 15 best tours in Mexico City-based on expert input and reviewer sentiment. Whether you want to cycle your way through the city, explore nearby archaeological sites, or indulge in local delicacies, there’s a tour to fit your itinerary. – David Brodosi

David Brodosi and his family
David Brodosi and his family

Day One – Brilliance of the Sea- Brodosi Family

So it’s day one and the Brodosi Family just got on board Royal Caribbean’s Brilliance of the Sea. We skipped breakfast knowing we would have to wait for our room to be cleaned and bags delivered.

First stop for the Brodosi family was the pool deck. At the main pool, kids and adults hang out soaking up the run. With a large monitor, pool side bar, and a DJ, it didn’t take long for the party to get started.

 

David Brodosi and family on a cruise ship heading to Mexico

Cruise Tip 101

Travel Tip: Wear your bathing suit under your clothing. Boarding begins at 11am, but you don’t have access to your room until 2pm. So spend time at the pool and grab lunch. -brodosi

Solarium Pool – adults only!
Walking around we found the gym. Located on the top deck, you have a perfect view of the open water ahead of you. Guests can expect to find daily yoga, meditation, and cycling.

 

My family and I just returned from a cruise to Cozumel Mexico. Traveling with my wife and two teenage boys is an awesome experience. We enjoyed exploring the island, traveling to exotic places on the island, and enjoying the outdoors. We took lots of photographs of our adventures and the natural beauty of Mexico. We are a family of travel enthusiasts, we are blessed with a multitude of experiences, interests, and beliefs. We share the world and life with everyone. We also love our jobs – with all our passions, our challenges, our successes, and our failures. We enjoy meeting new people and sharing our experiences and passions with them. We are always in contact with new people, and that is the most special part.

 

 

 

 

 

Nature & Travel Photographer – brodosifamily.me

Nature & Travel Photographer | David Brodosi is an amateur nature and travel photographer whose work showcases animals in natural landscapes – Photos of David Brodosi family, travel, outdoors, photography, adventure, wanderlust, nature, #brodosi David Brodosi is a senior-level specialist that leads strategic technological innovations and operations for teaching, learning, and instructional design at the University of South Florida St. Petersburg. David Brodosi serves as a point of connection between teaching, pedagogy, and the use of current and emerging technologies across classrooms, online courses, active learning labs, and other learning environments.
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How have smartphones changed the photography game? In his latest blog post on Medium, David Brodosi dives into the subject!

David David Brodosi sitting in the beach in Cozumel Mexico
David Brodosi and Family traveling the world

Back in the day, photography was a hobby limited to dedicated artists. Sure, many families toted film cameras along for vacations. But outside of the occasional snapshot or family photo to preserve the memory of a moment, photography was still a game exclusive to artists.

Over the years, photography has become much more accessible. With the advent of digital photography, the lengthy process of developing photos has become all but completely forgotten. Now, in 2020, the process has become easier than ever before. With a smartphone in hand — and, let’s admit it: almost everyone is glued to one by now! — capturing a moment with a photo is as simple as blinking your eyes!

 

 

 

David Brodosi and Family standing by ship in Cozumel
David Brodosi

One of David Brodosi’s greatest adventures was hiking the serene Appalachian Trail. Along the way, he captured gorgeous shots of plants and flowers. Botany both fascinates and eludes him — in his photography, he attempts to grasp the science on his own terms. In the future, Brodosi hopes to start a project that will include intertwining his portfolio photos with pressed flowers and plants. In book form, he will represent the flowers in photos and pressed form, to showcase the everlasting beauty of nature’s decorations. David Brodosi only uses an iPhone camera to capture his photos.

 

David Brodosi and family on cruise to Cozumel Mexico
David Brodosi and family on cruise to Cozumel Mexico

Recently, David Brodosi has also started to document his journeys in terms of flavors. In particular, Brodosi keeps his eyes peeled for unique cuisine and eats that he can’t enjoy back at home. He is a major fan and supporter of the farm to table approach. Supporting local farms and businesses is a touch of wholesomeness that makes his meals taste that much better!

 

 

 

 

We are a family of travel enthusiasts, we are blessed with a multitude of experiences, interests, and beliefs. We share the world and life with everyone. We also love our jobs – with all our passions, our challenges, our successes, and our failures. We enjoy meeting new people and sharing our experiences and passions with them. We are always in contact with new people, and that is the most special part.

David Brodosi and his wife
David Brodosi and his wife
David Brodosi and his wife
David Brodosi and his wife
David Brodosi and his son at conference
David Brodosi and his son at conference

David Brodosi is an experienced team leader with a demonstrated history of success in the higher education industry. David Brodosi provides guidance on tech strategies and trends for state-of-the-art classrooms, course development, and faculty design support services. Mr. Brodosi is recognized as a thought leader regarding the intersection of AV/IT, collaboration technology that supports his organization’s mission to deliver world-class research and tech solutions for higher education institutions.

david Brodosi photo of Baybor Harbor Sunrise
david Brodosi photo of Baybor Harbor Sunrise
david Brodosi photo of Baybor Harbor Sunrise
David Brodosi photo of Baybor Harbor Sunrise

 

 

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Cozumel, Mexico

David Brodosi – Joys of Cozumel, My family and I just returned from a cruise to Cozumel Mexico. Traveling with my wife and two teenage boys is an awesome experience. We enjoyed exploring the island, traveling to exotic places on the island, and enjoying the outdoors. We took lots of photographs of our adventures and the natural beauty of Mexico.
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The Joys of
Cozumel Mexico
David Brodosi

 

My family and I just returned from a cruise to Cozumel Mexico. Traveling with my wife and two teenage boys is an awesome experience. We enjoyed exploring the island, traveling to exotic places on the island, and enjoying the outdoors. We took lots of photographs of our adventures and the natural beauty of Mexico.

David Brodosi and Family standing by ship in Cozumel
David Brodosi and family in Mexico

Cozumel, Mexico

Cozumel, Mexico, is one of the most striking places on earth when it comes to breathtaking sights, exotic activities, and plenty of fun for the whole family. The island is a famous cruise ship port stop in the Caribbean sea and is mostly famous for its untapped nature, scuba diving spots, and Mayan ruins. Nature and outdoor activities make Cozumel an ideal spot for family fun, once-in-a-lifetime photography sessions, and ancient wonder. If you are traveling to Cozumel, here are some things you should see and do. This was a great place for the Brodosi Family Vacation!

 

 

David Brodosi and family on the beach in Cozumel Mexico soaking up the sun.
David Brodosi and his family in Cozumel

Meet the Dolphins

Cozumel is a major ‘hot spot’ for the world’s smartest ocean creature. These clever little water mammals are incredibly social, and visitors of Cozumel can have the chance to swim with, photograph, and experience these majestic creatures on the island through multiple nature preservation groups. Dolphin Discovery Cozumel is one such family-friendly activity where the whole family can get together and enjoy interacting with Dolphins in their natural habitat. This is an excellent experience for those families who want to get outdoors and experience the local wildlife in a fun way.

David Brodosi with his family in Cozumel Mexico island
David Brodosi and Family traveling the world

Explore Ancient Ruins

The Mayan people made Cozumel their home for many generations. On the island, visitors will have the ability to experience, photograph, and explore ancient Mayan ruins up close and personally. San Gervasio is one such archeological site that has existed on the island since before the Colombian exploration era. The site was once a temple to the ancient Mayan fertility goddess Ixchel. Mayan women would travel from all over to this site to make offerings, and the site itself is still remarkably whole. This is also a great site to see wild iguanas for those interested in wildlife photography!

 

David Brodosi and Family traveling the world
David Brodosi and Family traveling the world

Immerse Yourself In Mayan History

Aside from the white sand beaches and crystal clear waters, Cozumel is steeped in ancient and rich history. Kun Che Park is a theme park that the entire family can enjoy, and will transport you back in time to the lands of the ancient Maya. Visitors will get to taste traditional cuisine, visit ancient ruins, explore the vast jungles of the island, and experience the exotic dances, artforms, and garments of this otherworldly culture. For families, or even individuals looking for a once in a lifetime experience, Kun Che Park is a great daytime activity for all ages! – David Brodosi

David Brodosi and his wife
David Brodosi and his wife

Final Thoughts

The island of Cozumel is far more than just a stop on a cruise package. It is more than the stunning beaches and scuba diving destinations. It is the home to an ancient culture and is steeped in rich historic foods, stories, legends, and fun. The island of Cozumel is truly an experience that everyone who is traveling should try and have at least once. So, the next time you find yourself shopping for cruise packages or flights, consider ones that make a stop in Cozumel. This island will take your breath away. – David Brodosi

 

We are a family of travel enthusiasts, we are blessed with a multitude of experiences, interests, and beliefs. We share the world and life with everyone. We also love our jobs – with all our passions, our challenges, our successes, and our failures. We enjoy meeting new people and sharing our experiences and passions with them. We are always in contact with new people, and that is the most special part.

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David Brodosi and Family standing by ship in Cozumel
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The Joys of Cozumel – David Brodosi

Cozumel, Mexico, is one of the most striking places on earth when it comes to breathtaking sights, exotic activities, and plenty of fun for the whole family. The island is a famous cruise ship port stop in the Caribbean sea and is mostly famous for its untapped nature, scuba diving spots, and Mayan ruins. Nature and outdoors activities make Cozumel an ideal spot for family fun, once-in-a-lifetime photography sessions, and ancient wonder. If you are traveling to Cozumel, here are some things you should see and do.

 

– Meet Some Dolphins!

Cozumel is a major ‘hot spot’ for the world’s smartest ocean creature. These clever little water mammals are incredibly social, and visitors of Cozumel can have the chance to swim with, photograph, and experience these majestic creatures on the island through multiple nature preservation groups. Dolphin Discovery Cozumel is one such family-friendly activity where the whole family can get together and enjoy interacting with Dolphins in their natural habitat. This is an excellent experience for those families who want to get outdoors, and experience the local wildlife in a fun way. David Brodosi

David David Brodosi sitting in the beach in Cozumel Mexico
David Brodosi and Family traveling the world

– Explore Ancient Ruins.

The Mayan people made Cozumel their home for many generations. On the island, visitors will have the ability to experience, photograph, and explore ancient Mayan ruins up close and personally. San Gervasio is one such archeological site that has existed on the island since before the Colombian exploration era. The site was once a temple to the ancient Mayan fertility goddess Ixchel. Mayan women would travel from all over to this site to make offerings, and the site itself is still remarkably whole. This is also a great site to see wild iguanas for those interested in wildlife photography! David Brodosi

– Immerse Yourself In Mayan History.

Aside from the white sand beaches and crystal clear waters, Cozumel is steeped in ancient and rich history. Kun Che Park is a theme park that the entire family can enjoy, and will transport you back in time to the lands of the ancient Maya. Visitors will get to taste traditional cuisine, visit ancient ruins, explore the vast jungles of the island, and experience the exotic dances, artforms, and garments of this otherworldly culture. For families, or even individuals looking for a once in a lifetime experience, Kun Che Park is a great daytime activity for all ages! David Brodosi

David Brodosi with his family in Cozumel Mexico island
David Brodosi and Family traveling the world

– Final Thoughts.

The island of Cozumel is far more than just a stop on a cruise package. It is more than the stunning beaches, and scuba diving destinations. It is the home to an ancient culture and is steeped in rich historic foods, stories, legends, and fun. The island of Cozumel is truly an experience that everyone who is traveling should try and have at least once. So, the next time you find yourself shopping for cruise packages or flights, consider ones that make a stop in Cozumel. This island will take your breath away. – David Brodosi

David Brodosi and family on the beach in Cozumel Mexico soaking up the sun.
David Brodosi

We are a family of travel enthusiasts, we are blessed with a multitude of experiences, interests, and beliefs. We share the world and life with everyone. We also love our jobs – with all our passions, our challenges, our successes, and our failures. We enjoy meeting new people, and sharing our experiences and passions with them. We are always in contact with new people, and that is the most special part. – David Brodosi

David Brodosi and family traveling by ship to cozumel mexico
David Brodosi

My family and I just returned from a cruise to Cozumel Mexico. Traveling with my wife and two teenage boys is an awesome experience. We enjoyed exploring the island, traveling to exotic places on the island, and enjoying the outdoors. We took lots of photographs of our adventures and the natural beauty of Mexico. Our group went for this trip in December 2017 after one year at Disneyland California Resort and Disney World Walt Magic Kingdom Florida Park where we spent 2 days per week doing activities around Los Angeles area parks including LA- Long Beach Blvd., Sunset Strip, Burbank/ West Hollywood Mall, Culver City, Pacific Coast Highway, Southern Lagoon, Santa Monica Pier (on Thursday morning) then Orange County Museum District & Griffith Observatory Preserve before heading down to Miami – David Brodosi

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David Brodosi is an experienced team leader with a demonstrated history of success in the higher education industry. David Brodosi provides guidance on tech strategies and trends for state-of-the-art classrooms, course development, and faculty design support services. Mr Brodosi is recognized as a thought leader regarding the intersection of AV/IT, collaboration technology that supports his organization’s mission to deliver world-class research and tech solutions for higher education institutions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Throwback Thursday- Anchorage Alaska

Throwback Thursday to Anchorage Alaska!! Hanging with friends in downtown Anchorage Alaska Back in early 2k. Waiting for the Iditarod race to start! Cheers, David Brodosi #Throwback #throwbackchallenge #Alaska #iditarod #traveling #friends #family #brodosi https://www.instagram.com/p/CAdOdtkJItF/?igshid=1njz3y45iej9j

David Brodosi in downtown Anchorage Alaska.
David Brodosi in Anchorage Alaska.

David brodosi in Anchorage Alaska with family

David Brodosi in Anchorage Alaska.
David Brodosi in Anchorage Alaska by the sea
David Brodosi in Anchorage Alaska.

David Brodosi in Anchorage Alaska with friends

David Brodosi in Anchorage Alaska.
David Brodosi in Anchorage Alaska.
David Brodosi traveling to Anchorage Alaska.
David Brodosi traveling to Anchorage Alaska.

Digital Literacies & Digital Practices

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David Brodosi and family

Technology has emerged as a vital part of education in the 21st century. “The stage is being set for a communications revolution… they can come into homes and business places audio, video and [other] transmissions that will provide newspapers, mail service, banking, and shopping facilities, data from libraries,… school curricula and other forms of information too numerous to specify. In short, every home and office will contain a communications center of breadth and flexibility to influence every aspect of private and community life.” ( McPherson 2008). Keeping this in mind, we start to see a picture of technology in the context of education and how to view and use it to further enhance our teaching and learning. From exploring the educational needs of the 21st century to rethinking media education in the age of the internet and the idea of living and learning with new media, I hope this sheds light on how technology is shaping our culture.

First, the article by Douglas Thomas and John Brown states that “Educational practices that focus on the transfer of static knowledge simply cannot keep up with the rapid rate of change” (Thomas 2009). The authors suggest that the way in which we interact with new media has changed our educational and social experiences and requires that we look at participation in a new way. We must not only focus on “learning about” static information, and “learning to be” which focuses on putting information into context but also “learning to become” which addresses our ever-changing and growing access to knowledge and how to apply it to our ever-changing world. “What is required to succeed in education is a theory that is responsive to the context of constant flux, while at the same time is grounded in a theory of learning” (Thomas 2009).

Second, then as we realize the important role technology plays in our learning theories, we must define our use and access to media also called media literacy. What we once
consider in terms of the mediums of reading and writing, we must now also consider the medium of technology. The internet, digital media, and technology have forever
changed our education skyline and created a vast array of knowledge and experiences as never seen before. “media literacy is the ability to access, understand and create
communications in a variety of contexts Access thus includes the skills and competencies needed to locate media content, using the available technologies and associated software.” (Buckingham, 2007). This ‘access’ is to be considered in our educational experience and plays an important role in how we manage and use technology in
the classroom.

Third, there is no denying that technology is everywhere. It is present in almost every aspect of our social lives. The internet guides our research, creates and maintains social
interactions, and is shaping our culture. Youth today likely spend more time “hooked in” to the internet than any other pastime. This immersion in technology has changed the
way we look at our youth in terms of socialization, friendships, and learning. In the book, Hanging Out, Messing Around and Geeking out, Chapter 1 “introduces three genres of participation with new media that have emerged as overarching descriptive frameworks for understanding how youth new media practices are defined in relation and in opposition to one another. The genres of participation—hanging out, messing around, and geeking out—reflect and are intertwined with young people’s practices, learning, and identity formation within these varied and dynamic media ecologies.” (MacArthur 2007). These genres of participation remind us of the context in which youth are participating and learning new information. Keeping this mind then, we must enhance our approach to education to include the social aspect of the fun aspect and the intellectual aspect of technology and education.

Finally, since our youth our plugged technology on such an overwhelming level, their participation in learning and our culture is at a higher level than in the past. “According to a 2005 study conducted by the Pew Internet and American Life project (Lenhardt & Madden, 2005), more than one-half of all American teens—and 57 percent of teens who use the Internet—could be considered media creators.” (Jenkins 2006.) This means that in some ways, teens are creating and interacting in their own learning experiences. They are “becoming” their own teachers and creating content for themselves and for their peers. Participation occurs both actively and passively and occurs both in and out of the classroom.”We are using participation as a term that cuts across educational practices, creative processes, community life, and democratic citizenship. Our goals should be to encourage youth to develop the skills, knowledge, ethical frameworks, and self-confidence needed to be full participants in contemporary culture (Jenkins 2006). Thus, it is our responsibility as educators to consider technology not only in terms of how we can use it to teach but how students can use it to learn; not just from others but from within themselves as they learn from doing and participating in the educational experience.

References

Antin, J., & Itō, M. (2010). Hanging Out, Messing Around, and Geeking Out : Kids Living and Learning with New Media. Cambridge, Mass: The MIT Press. pp. 29-78

Buckingham, D. (2007). Digital Media Literacies: Rethinking Media Education in the Age of the Internet. Research in Comparative and International Education, 2(1), 43–55.

Gee, James Paul. “A Situated-Sociocultural Approach to Literacy and Technology.” Elizabeth A. Baker, Ed., The New Literacies: Multiple Perspectives on Research and Practice, 2010, pp. 165–193

Ito, M., Horst, H., Bittanti, M., Boyd, D., Herr-Stephenson, B., Lange, P. G., … John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. (2008). Living and Learning with New Media: Summary of Findings from the Digital Youth Project. John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation.

Jenkins, H., Clinton, K., Purushotma, R., Robison, A. J., & Weigel, M. (2009). Confronting the Challenges of Participatory Culture : Media Education for the 21st Century. London : MIT Press, 2009.

McPherson, T. (2008). Digital youth, innovation, and the unexpected. Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, c2008.

Sefton-Green, J. (2006). Youth, Technology, and Media Cultures. Review of Research in Education, 30, 279-306.

Thomas, Douglas, and John Seely Brown. “Learning for a World of Constant Change: Homo Sapiens, Homo Faber & Homo Ludens Revisited.” 7th Glion Colloquium by JSB, June 2009.

David Brodosi is a senior-level specialist that leads strategic technological innovations and operations for teaching, learning, and instructional design at the USFSP. David Brodosi serves as a point of connection between teaching, pedagogy, and the use of current and emerging technologies across classrooms, online courses, active learning labs, and other learning environments. Direct oversight of instructional design, videography, AV, and technology services personnel. As the department lead, David ensures that the University’s investments in teaching and learning technologies enable, inform, and serve continuous and innovative fulfillment of the University’s teaching and learning mission.

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May the Fourth be with you during social distance. You are not alone in the galaxy!

 

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David Brodosi is a senior-level specialist that leads strategic technological innovations and operations for teaching, learning, and instructional design at the USFSP. David Brodosi serves as a point of connection between teaching, pedagogy, and the use of current and emerging technologies across classrooms, online courses, active learning labs, and other learning environments. Direct oversight of instructional design, videography, AV, and technology services personnel. As the department lead, David ensures that the University’s investments in teaching and learning technologies enable, inform, and serve continuous and innovative fulfillment of the University’s teaching and learning mission.

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David Brodosi, M.Ed, climbed the ranks from an entry-level position involving rolling equipment carts around campus to managing small groups of people, to running a multi-functional department. “I spent 25 years working in classroom AV technology and was able to use that experience, along with some brief time working with faculty with online learning, and ended up running a new department that combined both units.”

David received his AV training and moved up the ranks at USF and then USFSP when it became separately accredited. David Brodosi now works for the newly formed USF System and now 25 years later, leads a group of AV technologists and instructional designers that support not only the campus but across the institution.

David Brodosi works with the campus administration to develop a strategic approach to technology-enhanced eLearning in support of student outcomes. He works closely with campus Deans to create a vision and strategy for successful eLearning at USFSP. David Brodosi provides direction and support for the enhancement of learning and the student experience through the facilitation of innovation, creativity, and knowledge transfer with regard to eLearning.

 

 

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David Brodosi is a senior-level specialist that leads strategic technological innovations and operations for teaching, learning, and instructional design at the USFSP. David Brodosi serves as a point of connection between teaching, pedagogy, and the use of current and emerging technologies across classrooms, online courses, active learning labs, and other learning environments. Direct oversight of instructional design, videography, AV, and technology services personnel. As the department lead, David ensures that the University’s investments in teaching and learning technologies enable, inform, and serve continuous and innovative fulfillment of the University’s teaching and learning mission.

David Brodosi works closely with senior leadership across the USFSP campus, and the University System while directing and mentoring the daily operations of the instructional design team and instructional technology services support teams. David partners with faculty, staff, and students to set strategies for creating distinctive and innovative educational experiences using technology for both brick and mortar classes as well as online courses. Maintains active connections with peer and industry partners to stay apprised of new and emerging academic technologies that directly inform innovation and investments in education. Continuously builds relationships with curricular leadership and teaching faculty to support and further develop an institutional vision for educational technologies.

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David Brodosi and his family

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David Brodosi is a director-level specialist that leads strategic technological innovations and operations for teaching, learning, and instructional design at the University of South Florida St. Petersburg. For the past 27 years, David Brodosi served as a point of connection between teaching, pedagogy, and the use of current and emerging technologies across classrooms, online courses, active learning labs, and other learning environments. Direct oversight of instructional design, videography, AV, and technology services personnel. As the department lead, David ensures that the University’s investments in teaching and learning technologies enable, inform, and serve continuous and innovative fulfillment of the University’s teaching and learning mission. 

David Brodosi works closely with senior leadership across the USFSP campus, and the University System while directing and mentoring the daily operations of the instructional design team and instructional technology services support teams. David partners with faculty, staff, and students to set strategies for creating distinctive and innovative educational experiences using technology for both brick and mortar classes as well as online courses. Maintains active connections with peer and industry partners to stay apprised of new and emerging academic technologies that directly inform innovation and investments in education. Continuously builds relationships with curricular leadership and teaching faculty to support and further develop an institutional vision for educational technologies.

  • Research, develop and recommend prioritization, budgeting, and resource planning in support of delivering world-class technology-enhanced learning spaces and educational technology solutions at USFSP.
  • Conduct needs assessment of staffing and resources to support educational technologies and proposed a model for a productive, energetic, responsive, and diverse team to support the University’s increasing technological needs and expectations. Provided leadership for implementing technology that helps develop innovative course content and new teaching & learning experiences. 
  • Promote and support teaching and learning innovations at the University; actively serve as an advisor for faculty, students and staff on best practices for integrating technology into teaching and learning and propose solutions for the same.
  • Champion the needs of the University; serve as the liaison to internal and external resources and partners, representing interests in our administrative systems and other services. 
  • Oversee USFSP’s centralized AV Support for over 80 academic spaces. Expand and enhance support levels to consistent delivery through evaluation and best practices recommendations and implementation.
  • Represent University at national consortiums and maintain an active presence in professional learning networks such as AVIXA and Educause.
  • Responsible for the leadership and management of employees assigned to the department. Responsible for recruiting and selecting, developing and coaching, rewarding and retaining, and optimizing talent.

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David Brodosi is an experienced team leader with a demonstrated history of success in the higher education industry. Skilled employer Relations, Nonprofit Organizations, Career Development, Coaching, Conflict Resolution, and instructional design. David Brodosi provides guidance on tech strategies and trends for state-of-the-art classrooms, course development, and faculty design support services. Mr Brodosi is recognized as a thought leader regarding the intersection of AV/IT, collaboration technology that supports his organization’s mission to deliver world-class research and tech solutions for higher education institutions.

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Photo of David Brodosi #brodosi #bayboro #sunset #photography #nature #outdoors #family #david
David Brodosi
Photo of David Brodosi #brodosi #bayboro #sunset #photography #nature #outdoors #family #david
David Brodosi
Photo of David Brodosi #brodosi #bayboro #sunset #photography #nature #outdoors #family #david
David Brodosi