Pearson’s User Experience Research team, part of the Global Accessibility Team is reaching out to Teachers of Visually Impaired students (or coordinators and administrators who may be able to put us in touch with Teachers of Visually Impaired students) in an effort to learn more about the tools and technologies the teachers and students use on a daily basis.
We need feedback to help us learn more about the students. This short survey is comprised of questions designed to collect information from those individuals who know students with visual impairments better than anyone else; the teachers.
The results of the survey will be completely confidential. The data will only be used to help us fill in gaps, learn more about the students, and help Pearson improve our products to support the needs of children with visual impairments.
What can you get by helping us?
Once the survey has closed, the research team will randomly choose 1 participant to receive a new Apple iPad for helping us with our project.
If you are interested and are willing to help us out, please complete the survey.
Do you know other TVIs that may be interested in completing this survey? Please help us by sending this note to any colleagues or groups you may know. We really appreciate your help!
Here is the survey link again:
Please feel free to reach out to our lead researcher, Jeremy Adams, with any questions or thoughts.
Thank you very much for your time and consideration.