Having access to the best and brightest of the profession is the main reason to participate in an AER listserv. It’s also one of the faster ways of communicating with hundreds of vision professionals when you need quick answers to pertinent questions.

An AER listserv is a great way to expand your network of peers and experts who can share everything from the nuances of a client’s medical diagnosis to practical ways to approach a teaching problem.

Social media outlets such as Facebook and Twitter may have surpassed listservs in usage, but AER members find them convenient, easy tools for detailed conversations about specific issues and topics.

We request that you view the AER Listserv Guidelines concerning job postings, surveys, and tone to learn what is appropriate to post so that you will be respectful of others and AER resources.

AER listservs are reserved for members only. The Administration & Leadership Division and the Personnel Preparation Division require that their listserv participants be members of that specific division as well.

General Listservs

AERNet General Discussion Listserv

AER Student Listserv

AER Canada Listserv

Special Interest Group Listservs

Administration & Leadership Division Listserv (Division members only)

Division on Aging Listserv

Education Curriculum Division Listserv

Information & Technology Division Listserv

International Services & Global Issues Division Listserv

Low Vision Division Listserv

Orientation & Mobility Division Listserv

Personnel Preparation Division Listserv (must be a division member)

Psychosocial Division Listserv

Rehabilitation Counseling and Employment Division