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Campus Workshops Raise Disability Awareness


Assistive technologies displayed for college community Two workshops recognizing Disability Awareness Month “Assistive Technology: Facilitating Access Inside and Outside of the Classroom” and “Facilitating Communication With Students Who Are Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing”were held this week on campus. In photo, School of Hospitality student Alyssa J. Giedroc explains an FM listening system to Peggy A. Barbour, Advisement Center specialist. ( Photo by Stephanie A. Shutter, student photographer)

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