The thought of technology in the classroom typically conjures up images of students utilizing computers or tablets to support classroom activities, extend learning, or support access to the curriculum. In an effort to differentiate access to the curriculum, the use of assistive technology may also be used. In all of these scenarios, the students are utilizing the technology to learn content. In new, innovative ways, technology is being used in higher education for clinical practice.
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