Did you know we have social media pages?
The ACAO wants to keep you informed on several different platforms. In addition to the updates you’ll find on our webpage, you can follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn, and YouTube!
Contests, news, and college updates!
Check out our Facebook page for:
- Science news
- Current events
- Health and wellness tips
- Monthly contests for members
- College news and updates
Enter our monthly contests by answering optical trivia questions, and you could win a branded water bottle or coffee mug!
Curated videos just for you!
You may have heard about our YouTube channel from its popularity among student opticians, but it’s important for everyone to keep their skills up to date; that’s why our curated playlists can be helpful to any optician!
These are just some of the topics from our many playlists:
- Eyeglass repair
- Optical Calculations
- Dry Eye
Our business presence online
Find connections through the ACAO! We now have a LinkedIn presence. Stay informed with the latest updates from the college and network with fellow opticians, council, and college staff.
Our policy regarding unacceptable comments and/or spam…
ACAO uses social networking platforms to connect and interact with different audiences. We encourage interaction and communication about the content we post on our social media accounts. However, this does not imply that the ACAO agrees with or accepts the content, opinions, or views expressed within any public comment. The individual posting a comment is solely responsible for the content of the comment.
While we do not discriminate against views or opinions posted to our social networking accounts, we reserve the right to remove any comment. A comment will not be edited or modified to remove unacceptable content; the entire comment will be deleted. The type of comments we will remove includes (but is not limited to) the following:
- Abusive, vulgar, obscene, racist, threatening, or harassing comments
- Libel, slander, or personal attacks of any kind, including the use of offensive terms that target specific individuals or groups
- Spam, including content that promotes products or services or that contains gratuitous links
- Comments that suggest or encourage illegal, dangerous, or destructive activity