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I also thought this question would get alot more responses. I plan to enter an Ph.D program in IT very soon, and was hoping for more responses. Perhaps many people are away from their computers during the holidays. Since you seem to know about various IT programs, I would like to ask you, have you heard of the University of Colorado's Educational Technology program? Does it have a reputation for anything? I would appreciate hearing from you. At this time I'm considering UNC and your own, ASU for doctoral studies. Thanks, Ben Seaberry email@example.com On Wed, 23 Dec 1992, John Barnard wrote: > I though this question would get a flurry of responses, but since it hasn't > heres my two cents worth. The names I generally hear most often associated > with the best IT programs are Florida State, Indiana, and Syracuse. Now as far > as my own partisanship is concerned, I also think Arizona State has a good > reputation in the field. We have Ph.D programs in both instructional > technology and educational media. > > John Barnard, Instructional Media Consultant > University Media Systems > Arizona State University 602/965-5046 / FAX 602/965-1738 > ICSJPB@ASUACAD.BITNET or ICSJPB@ASUVM.INRE.ASU.EDU