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York Daily Record: "Blind Author Relies on Audiobooks for Research"

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“'I’ve been a very successful, I guess, blind person,'” Hersh said. 'But it’s also been difficult because I have to get the information in different ways.' With the help of scanners, software and the nonprofit Learning Ally, Hersh has earned four degrees — a doctorate of Religious Studies in conflict management at Trinity Seminary, a master’s degree in Human Service Counseling from Regent University and bachelor’s degrees in German and computer science from Millersville University." http://www.yorkblog.com/books/2012/09/22/blind-author-from-jefferson-relies-on-audio-books-for-research/

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