Re: Income opportunity for people with disabilities to report on web accessibility

Hi Karen,

I am sorry that you reached someone in our office who could not help you.
In an earlier email, I copied John Sweet (copied here again) who is the one
to answer your questions and who manages the AccessWorks database.

Thank you for your interest in participating, your help is greatly


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will a person get a confirmation  once they register?
while I have a qualifying disability, I met with some uniqueness after I
For example I did not reach a field asking for your code so might have
missed a step.

I just tried phoning the 512 number provided on the site to check, only to
reach a person who first blamed my screen reader, i. e. only population who
might have a qualifying disability, then after gelling me he did not care
about my efforts to learn if I am in the program hung up on an
international caller.
I would hope those administrating such a program, understand w3c rules
themselves, or at least have manners.
Can you guide me here?

On Tue, 23 Feb 2016, Katie Haritos-Shea wrote:

Dear WAI-IG,
> AccessWorks is recruiting people with disability for *paid* usability
> studies.  The project is a partnership of Australian Loop11 and US
> nonprofit Knowbility.  People with disabilities receive occasional income
> ($50 US per test) to report on their  experience doing standard web-based
> tasks like shopping, registering for government services, booking travel
> and such.
> International demand is building and AccessWorks needs more people from all
> over the world. If you have a qualifying disability and are interested in
> participating:
> Please sign up on the AccessWorks [1] web site. Use the promo code 'waiig'
> Thanks for your help!
> [1[
> Katie Haritos-Shea
> 703-371-5545

Sharron Rush | Executive Director | | @knowbility
*Equal access to technology for people with disabilities*

Received on Tuesday, 23 February 2016 18:56:14 UTC