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Wyoming Public Media is committed to covering education issues in Wyoming in a thoughtful and thorough way. This page captures all education-related stories we've aired and updates on broad issues.
  • A blue book with white headphones "plugged into it" and the headphones hooked over the book.
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    College students could soon be getting their course content as they brush their teeth, cook dinner, or drive to work. As smart speakers become more common in people's homes, Tiffany Hunt, an associate lecturer in the special education department at the University of Wyoming, is studying how they can be used to improve college student's learning.
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    When the pandemic hit and parents were suddenly tasked with helping teach their kids at home, there was a lot for them to quickly learn. So Tiffany Hunt, a University of Wyoming associate lecturer in the special education department, stepped in to help fill the gap. She partnered with colleagues from UW, the University of Kansas, and the University of Illinois to create a series of apps known as Amazon Alexa skills.