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Programs and Services While the range and number of programs and services offered by individual centers varies considerably, normally the types of programs and services they offer fall within the categories below. The first three program types discussed following—workshops, individual consultations, and classroom observations— are characteristic of the earliest offerings in the field of faculty development and still the programs most commonly found in many centers. They emphasize the expertise of the faculty development professional as a resource for faculty members in the area of instructional development and as a facilitator of faculty development.
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