Call for Participants in Evaluation of University Website Accessibility Survey
A multi-method evaluation of university website accessibility: Foregrounding user-centred design, mining source code and using a quantitative metric.
As part of improving accessibility in university websites for users who have a hearing and/or sight impairment. As interactor with universities website your satisfaction and evaluation of accessibility including usability is valuable as subjective evaluation step in this research project, we invite you to fill out an online survey using below link.
The survey requires no identification on the user’s part and there are no consequences for choosing not to participate. All questions require you to tick boxes in a “Likert” style level of agreement with a statement. All numerical data will be aggregated and analysed statistically.
You are very welcome to conduct the survey if you are:
- A student with a vision, low vision, blind, hearing, hard of hearing, deaf or vision-hearing impairment.
- A staff member with a vision, low vision, blind, hearing, hard of hearing, deaf or vision-hearing impairment.
- Assistant for a person with vision, low vision, blind, hearing, hard of hearing, deaf or vision-hearing impairment (such as parents, friends, personal assistants and staff who work at Disabilities Service Department at universities/institutes).
- Developer or IT practitioner.
- Educator, lecturer or tutor.
If you have any question, please do not hesitate to contact Ms. Tahani Alahmadi via email to email@example.com
All participants are eligible to enter the gifts draw for IPad mini, IPhone, Gift Cards ($150, 100, 50) and 20 Chocolate boxes.
Our thanks, in anticipation,
Steve Drew, Bela Stantic & Tahani Alahmadi
This survey has ethical clearance from GU Human Research Ethics Committee (GU ref no: 2015/838)