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Survey: B/VI Patients Health Care Experiences

From the mailbag: I am a blind researcher at the University of Texas, El Paso, examining the experiences of blind and low vision patients interacting with their healthcare providers. If you are 18 or over, identify as blind or low … 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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B/VI Folks: Help a PhD Candidate by Taking a Survey

From the mailbag: I am currently finishing my dissertation on various challenges and negative experiences that people who are severely visually impaired or blind experience in the workplace. Below is a link to a 10 to 15 minute survey inquiring … Continue reading

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Self-Service Kiosks in Healthcare Settings

This is something I’ve wondered about myself, as I’ve found more and more touch screens in doctors’ offices and pharmacies we visit.  If you’re a B/VI person who’s encountered these machines, please respond to the request for information below. From … Continue reading

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Like Sports? Take This Survey.

From the mailbag: Calling All Blind Sport Fans! I am researching the accessibility of sport teams’ websites and how the blind and vision impaired use these sites. Before starting the survey, we ask that you visit the official website of … Continue reading

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Health, Mobility, and Navigation Survey

From the mailbag: “The Therapeutic Research Foundation (TRF), with input from the access technology team at the National Federation of the Blind Jernigan Institute, has created a survey on health, mobility, and navigation. TRF is inviting blind and low-vision participants … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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Survey on Talking Books

From the mailbag: Hi All, I am a long time member of the NFB of NJ, as well as the president of the New Jersey Association of Blind Students. I am currently working as a research assistant at New York … Continue reading

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Online Survey of B/VI Voting Available

From the mailbag: Online Surveys of Blind and Visually Impaired Voters Now Available Calling all blind or visually impaired voters who participated in the 2014 United States mid-term election–the National Federation of the Blind (NFB) needs your feedback! Whether you … 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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