Study recruitment: accessibility of online courses

From the mailbag:

Accessibility of Online Courses

Georgia Tech is conducting a research study on the usability and accessibility of college level courses that are taught online. At the present time, we are focusing on accessibility of these types of courses for those with vision impairments. We would like to interview students who are blind or have low vision. The interview will be conducted over the telephone at your convenience. It will take about an hour. During this telephone interview, we will ask questions about your experiences with these online courses, what features of the courses assisted in making the material accessible, what features of the courses made the material inaccessible, and how you felt about your ability to interact with the professors and other students using the online course interface. You will be paid $20 for taking part in this interview. If you would like to participate, please contact Maureen Linden at Maureen.linden@coa.gatech.edu or 404.894.0561

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