[Nfbnet-members-list] Blind and Low Vision Participants Needed for Research Study on Digital Library Guidelines
Blake, Lou Ann
LBlake at nfb.org
Tue Nov 13 14:55:40 UTC 2018
The below research participant solicitation is being provided for informational purposes only. The National Federation of the Blind has no involvement in this research, but we believe that it may contribute to our research mission.
Invitation to Participate in Research on Evaluating Digital Library Accessibility and Usability Guidelines -
Blind and Visually Impaired Users
Are you blind or visually impaired, and at least 18 or older? Do you use computers non-visually by listening to a screen-reader? Do you have at least three years of experience searching for information on the Internet?
If your response is yes to all of these questions, you can earn $100 for participating in a research study.
A research team comprising blind and sighted scholars at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee is developing design guidelines to improve the accessibility and usability of digital libraries (DLs) for users who are blind or visually impaired.
Volunteers chosen as study participants will be invited to complete an electronic survey soliciting your input and feedback on these design guidelines. Participation may take between two to four hours at a time convenient to the participant. You will first be asked to review guidelines and then rate the guidelines based on various criteria, in addition to providing feedback and recommendations for improvement. Upon completion of the study, the participant will receive a $100 gift card as a token of appreciation.
If you are interested in participating, or have a question, please contact Research assistant (email: shengang at uwm.edu<mailto:shengang at uwm.edu>). Please reference project title: "Creating digital library (DL) design guidelines for blind and visually impaired (BVI) users - BVI Users" (IRB#:18.302) in the subject line of the email. Please pass on this information to other suitable candidates who you think may be interested.
Iris Xie, Ph.D.
School of Information Studies
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Lou Ann Blake, J.D.
Deputy Executive Director, Jernigan Institute
200 East Wells Street, Baltimore, MD 21230
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