[Athen] where are you getting your accessibility info?
Crabb.15 at osu.edu
Sat Dec 5 07:29:23 PST 2009
I tend to use both Twitter and e-nail.
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On Dec 5, 2009, at 10:07 AM, "Jennison Mark Asuncion" <asuncion at alcor.concordia.ca
> With social media becoming ever more popular, I'm personally curious
> where folks are turning to most often when seeking accessibility-
> related information: e-mail discussion lists, social media, or a
> combination of the two?
> I've been a faithful e-mail discussion list user since I started
> using the internet in the mid-90s. However, over the last few years,
> especially with the advent of Twitter, I'm finding some of the
> richer accessibility info is being communicated through social
> media. One of my concerns is that there may be a
> gap that is growing in terms of accessibility info sharing based on
> which channel folks use. Of course, who has the time to monitor and
> contribute to everything
> This is something I've been reflecting upon for a bit, and thought
> I'd take a temperature check.
> I'm asking a similar question on Twitter and LinkedIn as well. If
> folks are interested, I can compile the answers I receive and share
> a high-level summary in a few weeks.
> Jennison Asuncion
> Co-Director, Adaptech Research Network http://www.adaptech.org
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