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Sheila Handy, assistant professor of economics and business, will present the results of her research on student experiences with learning accounting through a multimedia tutorial noon-1 p.m. today in Skillman Library room 217.

The talk is free and open to the public. A light lunch will be provided.

Handy’s presentation will emphasize students’ learning styles and attitudes toward computers.

Her talk is the second in this year’s Technology Brown Bag series, in which faculty members share classroom and research innovations. Paul Barclay, assistant professor of history, demonstrated EndNote bibliographic management software Oct. 4, talking about how he uses it to keep track of citations for his research and create bibliographies.

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