University teaches students with visual impairments about college life

Missouri's Drury University is hosting a group of high-school and community-college students with visual impairments this week as part of a pilot program to teach them about university life. Students learned about technology and services available to assist them, as well as how to navigate the campus and live in a dormitory. The university is also hoping to improve education for people who have visual impairments through a new center that will offer educational support to school-aged children.

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