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  • Hello! Does your campus install contrast treads or paint contrast markings on the top and bottom steps (either on nosing or at the leading edges of treads) of stairs to make them more visible, following ADA Advisory 504.4? Any insight would be greatly ...

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    Community Leaders:
    Mike Miller and Dale Plemmons

    Join us in our online meeting room for community meetings!

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    August 28 at 3:00pm EST (2:00pm CT)
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    Did you know you can make your library entry easily searchable through tagging? Tags (also known as #hashtags) are like behind-the-scenes organizers, helping to categorize our content and make it easier to find. For example, if 15 users tag their content with #2018conference, all 15 pieces of content can be viewed simply by clicking the tag.

    How to Tag Content in CSHEMA Connect:
    In the body of your content (e.g., discussion post, library entry, etc.), initiate the tagging process by typing "#" and then start typing the desired keyword(s). As you type, a list of existing, suggested tags will appear.

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