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Storify of Disability Tweets from #4c17
April 3, 2017Posted by on
This is my annual offering of the Storify collection of disability- and accessibility-related tweets from CCCC (#4c17) in Portland, which you can access through the following link: https://storify.com/ahhitt/disability-accessibility-at-4c17
You can also access an HTML version, which loads the content all at once: https://storify.com/ahhitt/disability-accessibility-at-4c17.html And I have attached a PDF. Storify used to provide an option to export interactive PDFs, but that’s no longer available for personal accounts, so the PDF should be readable, but the tweets are not linked. [NOTE: PDF available here for download. –DB]
These are only tweets from public accounts, but please let me know if you would like anything to be removed. Please also let me know if you have any comments, questions, or tweets that you’d like me to add or modify. I didn’t personally attend some of the sessions that I archived, so please correct me if I have misattributed information.
You can access previous years, as well:
- #4c16 in Houston: https://storify.com/ahhitt/disability-accessibility-at-4c16
- #4c15 in Tampa: https://storify.com/ahhitt/disability-and-accessibility-panels-at-cccc-2015
- #4c14 in Indianapolis: http://storify.com/ahhitt/disability-related-4c14-tweets and http://storify.com/ahhitt/4c14-workshop-breaking-down-barriers-and-enabling
- #4c13 in Las Vegas: http://storify.com/ahhitt/disability-related-4c13-sessions-a-story-in-tweets
I hope these continue to be useful to folks. Let me know if you have suggestions about ways to make this information more usable and accessible, and thank you all for your thoughtful, generative work!