Twitter Chat: Education and the ADA
Mark your calendars! Join the ADA National Network and regional ADA Centers for a 1-hour Twitter Chat on Post-Secondary Education and the ADA.
What is a Twitter Chat?
Great question! Our Twitter Chats are hour-long question and answer sessions held on Twitter. You can tune in for all or some of the chat. We have everything from specific trivia, to open-ended questions and polls. These chats are a great opportunity to connect with other individuals, organizations, and groups in the disability community and get information about common ADA questions. Each month will highlight a different topic related to the Americans with Disabilities Act. To learn more, watch this brief tutorial video: Twitter Chat Basics [3:24 min., CC]. Learn more about How to Participate in Twitter Chats with this ASL video from HEARD.
Do I need a Twitter account to follow along?
Can I participate if I don't have access to Twitter?
Following each Twitter Chat, we share a Twitter Moment which captures the highlights. This allows those who aren't active on Twitter to get the resources from the event without having to follow along live.
How do I add to the discussion?
To tweet you must have a Twitter account. You can tweet your questions and answers about post-secondary education and the ADA with the hashtag #ADANetworkChat. You can sign up for a free Twitter account (please ensure that you aren't already signed into Twitter, or this link won't work).
What if I miss the Twitter Chat?
Don't worry! After each Twitter Chat, we post a Twitter Moment, which gives you a archive of the chat highlights.
Questions will be posted here so participants can prepare their responses! Stay tuned.