Study on VI use of Camera-based Assistive Technology

Hello!  I have been a poor blogger the past few weeks:  things here have been rather hectic and have involved a lot of camps/camping.  My apologies.  I’ll hopefully do better as things calm down with the start of the school year.  In the meanwhile . . .

From the mailbag:

Hello,

We are researchers from Indiana University Bloomington conducting a study to understand the information-seeking behavior of people with visual impairments while using camera-based assistive technologies.

We invite you to participate in this study by taking part in a 15-20 minutes online survey from a place of your convenience. To participate in the survey you need to have access to a computer or smartphone with screen reader and Internet connection. For your participation in the survey, you will be enrolled in a random drawing with a chance to win one of ten $20 gift certificates and have a 1 in 10 chance of winning.

If you are interested in participating in our survey or have any questions about the study, please fill out the sign-up form below. Once you provide the details, one researcher will contact you via email or phone and send you the web link to participate in the survey.

Please click here to sign up.

Alternatively, you may email takter@iu.edu or call Taslima Akter at 812-369-8635. Please note that to participate in this study, participants must identify as visually impaired, be 18 years or older, and live in the United States.

Regards,
Taslima Akter
Indiana University Bloomington

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