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2016 February 19 - 12:00 am

Iowa College Lets Students Train on Computerized Simulators

“It does shake,” she said, halfsmiling as she maneuvered levers on either side of her chair. Focusing on a video screen as one might while playing a video game, Medina clawed into a mound of dirt on a high-definition construction site. A flick of the “joy stick” on her left, and she lifted the dirt from the pile.

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