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Deaf accessibility at the University of Alabama, USA

Read the story of Deaf student Kent Schaefer and his experiences with Deaf accessibility at the University of Alabama in the United States.
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This article describes the story of Deaf student Kent Schaefer and his experiences with Deaf accessibility at the University of Alabama. Includes quotes from university staff on how they have been working to improve accessibility at the university.

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