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Re: Research on Website Accessibility

From: Cristina Vasilica <cmvasilica@googlemail.com>
Date: Thu, 2 Apr 2009 15:06:52 +0100
Message-ID: <dbe276bd0904020706o400bd29craf8007051cb8b3ca@mail.gmail.com>
To: w3c-wai-ig@w3.org
Dear all,

Please complete the questionnaire regarding website accessibility. I do
understand that it is hard work to navigate and test 10 websites and I
really appreciate the time and effort invested by users/testers. This is
vital information for my dissertation research and I only received 4
completed answers. The majority of the answers are incomplete. Please take
the time to complete the questionnaire as I only have around  4 more days
before closing it.

If you are an expert in accessibility also please complete the survey.

I really appreciate your efforts! Thank you!

Cristina Vasilica
Student at Salford University, UK

On Mon, Mar 23, 2009 at 9:54 PM, Cristina Vasilica <
cmvasilica@googlemail.com> wrote:

> *Please note that this email was sent previously and titled *'Please take
> survey', which was caught as spam. With many thanks to Shawn and Bruce, who
> raised the issue and with apologies for those who already read the email, I
> am re-sending the email with a different subject title. Thank you for
> understanding!
>      *
> Hello.
> My name is Cristina Vasilica, student at Salford University, working on a
> dissertation project that aims to highlight how business posses barriers on
> disabled people by not making their online services accessible.
> *The aim of this research is to investigate and test e-commerce websites
> and their compliance with accessibility standards and to research disabled
> people’s needs and gather solutions for overcoming online barriers. One of
> the important elements of my research is to establish a panel of disabled
> people who can provide valuable and comprehensive feedback on the actual
> usage of websites. I have enclosed a list of questions and I would be
> grateful if you could provide your responses where possible.
> **
> *
> http://www.surveymethods.com/EndUser.aspx?BE9AF6E8B7FEE3EA
> *Your input will be of great assistance in the preparation of my
> dissertation and you will be acknowledged as one who provided assistance and
> input to the project.
> I really appreciate your effort and help!
> My university email account: C.M.Vasilica@student.salford.ac.uk
> Kind regards,
> Cristina Vasilica
Received on Thursday, 2 April 2009 14:07:35 UTC

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