[Missouri-l] Fw: [leadership] Request for Participation -- Smith-KettlewellWayfinding Survey
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Wed Jun 2 09:32:22 CDT 2010
----- Original Message -----
From: "Barbara LeMoine" <blemoine at acb.org>
To: <leadership at acb.org>
Sent: Wednesday, June 02, 2010 9:08 AM
Subject: [leadership] Request for Participation --
> From: Smith-Kettlewell Wayfinding Survey [mailto:wayfindingsurvey at ski.org]
> Sent: Tuesday, June 01, 2010 6:32 PM
> To: wayfindingsurvey at ski.org
> Subject: Request for Participation -- Smith-Kettlewell Wayfinding Survey
> The Smith-Kettlewell Eye Research Institute (S-K), in collaboration with
> researchers at Accessible Design for the Blind and U.C. Santa Barbara, is
> conducting a survey of wayfinding tools and techniques used by blind and
> visually-impaired people in their every-day lives.
> If you have already participated in our survey, we would like to thank you
> very much for your help. If you have not yet taken our survey, we would
> to invite you to do so. We want to know how you get around, how
> you feel in various situations, what other disabilities you have, and what
> tools and techniques you use in your daily travels.
> By participating in the S-K Wayfinding Survey, you will extend our
> of how real blind and visually-impaired people travel independently. You
> will also help to improve the independence of future travelers with visual
> disabilities by sharing your experience.
> You can participate in the S-K Wayfinding survey on the web, by phone, or
> TTY. The survey should take no more than 20 minutes to complete, and your
> responses will be completely confidential. We eagerly look forward to your
> participation and thank you in advance for your help.
> To take the survey on the web or ask questions about it:
> Take the survey by phone:
> (415) 345-2013 -- We will call you back.
> Take the survey by TTY:
> (415) 345-2290 -- We will call you back.
> Please share this announcement with any individuals or lists you think
> be interested. If you do forward it, please take the time to remove any
> extra e-mail headers to improve readability.
> Again, we thank you for your valuable assistance with this important
> research project.
> Joshua A. Miele, Ph.D.
> The Smith-Kettlewell Eye Research Institute
> 2318 Fillmore St
> San Francisco, CA 94115
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