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Top TDPH Stories of 2014, Thank you for sharing!

Technology and Disability Policy Highlights (TDPH) editors produced over 190 stories in 2014, covering a wide range of disability issues. The “hot” topics were accessibility, provision of accessible services, assistive technology (AT), wireless technology, and policy.  Measured by social media sharing rates, with a combined total of 602 shares from the Wireless RERC newsroom, last year’s top ten stories were:

The TDPH reaches 657 subscribers directly via email, and extends to a much greater audience through social media.  We engage over 841 members in our LinkedIn Group (ATPG), 535 followers on Twitter (@CACPGT_wRERC), and 256 fans on Facebook (WirelessRERC).  In 2014 alone, the Wireless RERC’s social media presence on Twitter was able to reach more than 450,000 profiles/people. 

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