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VI Doctoral Student Needs Your Help

From the mailbag: Hello Everyone! I am a visually impaired clinical psychology doctoral student. I am looking to recruit participants for my dissertation research study concerning visual impairment and child development. Information about my study is below. Advertisement for Research … Continue reading

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Study: Use of Camera-Based Assistive Tech by VI People

From the mailbag: Hello, We are researchers from Indiana University Bloomington conducting a study to understand the use of camera-based assistive technologies by people with visual impairments. We invite you to participate in this study by taking part in a … Continue reading

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Museum Survey

A year or so ago, Peanut and I went on a touch tour at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art–it was pretty neat, and I even discovered facets of some of the pieces that I’d entirely missed as a sighted person.  … Continue reading

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Survey: Environmental Cues

From the mailbag: My name is Alex Cohen and I am a blind doctoral student in marketing at Drexel University. My research focuses primarily on creating a more inclusive marketplace for the disabled community, specifically for the visually impaired. The … Continue reading

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