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James R. Paradiso

University of Central Florida
Instructional Designer
Groveland, FL

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James R. Paradiso is an instructional designer and the Program Coordinator of Affordable Instructional Materials (AIM) at the University of Central Florida. His main areas of research and professional specialization are open education and adaptive learning—with a particular focus on devising and implementing strategies to scale open educational practices and engineering data-driven learning solutions across multiple internal and external stakeholder communities.

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