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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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Study: Seeking Parents of B/VI Children Ages K-12

Dear Parent or Guardian: The Professional Development and Research Institute on Blindness at Louisiana Tech University invites you to participate in a study to evaluate the services and to understand the educational experiences of blind and/or visually impaired youth in … Continue reading

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