Ph.D. Loughborough University
Alexander J. Romiszowski's research and development interests include instructional design and distance education and their application in education. He has worked as consultant to many private and public organizations, including United Nations' projects in Spain, Italy, Hungary, and Brazil. Before coming to Syracuse, he taught instructional technology at universities in England, Brazil, and Canada. He has published extensively in the field, including the trilogy Designing Instructional Systems, Producing Instructional Systems, and Developing Auto-Instructional Materials. He teaches IDE 771 Methods and Techniques for Teaching Adults and IDE 872 Education Technology in International Settings.