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Google Scribe: Another Example of AT Becoming UDL?  (Research based)

This commentary on the UD ITEACH Website examines Google Scribe and whether it can be classified as another example of assistive technology (AT) becoming Universal Design for Learning (UDL).

Dave Edyburn, Co-principal Investigator, UD ITEACH Project, UWM

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