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Teaming up with companies that provide transcribers or software that scans recorded lectures and provides transcription, colleges and universities are increasingly looking for new, inexpensive ways to eliminate barriers for students with disabilities in the lecture hall ... or those who use a computer to access instruction.

Assistive technology experts say higher-education officials have taken a closer look at such online tools in...

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