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AVKO Social Networking

AVKO has joined up with Facebook and Blogger (Blogspot) to create more opportunities for AVKO members and others interested in dyslexia, special education, language arts, etc. to meet, discuss, and share. 


Facebook is one of the most commonly used and frequently visited sites in the world.  Facebook is a free website to join that allows you to stay in contact with your current, past, and new friends. 

AVKO now has a Facebook "group" you can join.  This forums is open to the public; anyone can join immediately.  The AVKO Facebook group allows you to see other members, use the discussion boards, view the AVKO videos online without downloading them to your computer, view and share pictures, post to the virtual "wall," and more.  You do not need an account to see the group, but you will need an account (free) to join the group or participate in any online activities in the group.  Join today and invite your friends! 

Don McCabe, the author of the AVKO materials, is on FacebookView Don's profile.

Blogger (Blogspot)

AVKO now has a blog (weblog) that you can read online.  A blog is an online journal that others can read, depending on your privacy settings.  We will be using this forum for the posting of events, to share new additions to the websites, to cull your opinions, to test out new ideas for articles, share web specials, and to allow you to more actively contribute to AVKO's mission.  You do not need an account to read the blog, but you will need one if you want to post comments.  You can bookmark the page, or you can choose to "subscribe" to the blog via e-mail RSS (Really Simple Syndication).  You can use Google Reader, Firefox, Gmail, Yahoo!, or other services to manage your RSS feeds.  Subscribe to our Blog's RSS feed.


Get the latest news in the form of tweets from the AVKO Foundation.  These short updates will keep you up-to-date without reading through unnecessary text.  View our Twitter page Subscribe to the RSS Feed of Twitter updates.

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