Networking & Using Social Media

Networking & Using Social Media

Training of Title II of the ADA

Many government employees know about Title III of the ADA but not Title II for issues of services, programs, and policies, in local, state level. The main response for request for reasonable accommodations is no funding to provide such accommodations or unaware of Title II of the ADA. How can people with disabilities find out the funding for reasonable accommodations?

Submitted by (@hlp14315)

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Company Introduction

Several companies are using YouTube or other video type applications to tell applicants about their company. I find It rare that these are closed captioned or have a text version for screen readers to use of what is being said and do not get a good impression of the company's mission to increase diversity. YouTube does offer closed captioning and allows for alternate text as well but only if the video creator used those ...more »

Submitted by (@lalle916)

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Training and Awareness

Not all Social Media is created equal. I would like a course of social etiquette and common sense when using this outlet. Many people are unaware that social media is targeted to what you do on the web. So the ads are there to sell things. It is great tool but people need to know how to use it safely. Many employers and schools use this media to fish out potential applicants. A do and don'ts needed to be instilled. ...more »

Submitted by (@whitneymohrhauser)

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