HCC 741: Assistive Technology and Accessibility

University of Maryland, Baltimore County

An at-home college-readiness test for students with learning disabilities

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An at-home college-readiness test for students with learning disabilities.

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Author: amyhurst

Assistant Professor at University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) in Human-Centered Computing and Assistive Technology

3 thoughts on “An at-home college-readiness test for students with learning disabilities

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