Published On: June 29, 2017Categories: AT maker movement, AT Tips, for Education

ATChat Explores Maker Movement

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Greetings from AT3 News and Tips! As we work out the technical end of the new blog format, AT3 News is busy researching the AT Maker Movement and how it can inspire our field of programs. This is a multi-directional movement that is connecting communities in truly fresh ways!

#ATChat recently explored the AT Maker Movement on Twitter with ATMaker founder Bill Binko. Interested? Check out the storify of this Twitter chat (a Twitter account is not required!). And here’s a tip: you can also review this school year’s complete #ATChat archive (an education-focused community) at this Google sheet. Thanks Mike Marotta (@mmatp) and Karen Janowski (@karenjan)!

Tweet from Susie Gronset @susiegronseth with photo of 3D printed A T objects. 3D printing assistive technology @at_makers, communication aids, switches, mounts, etc. Possibilities are endless. #InclusiveLNGAAD #GAAD

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