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Dr. Sandy Long presents paper at TRA

Dr. Sandy Long, Associate Professor of Education, presented a paper entitled “Using Assistive Technology to Teach Literacy” with graduate student Andrew Bennett at the Tennessee Reading Association meetings in Murfreesboro December 5-7.

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