[blindlaw] Thomson Reuters Westlaw accessibility survey

Anne.Naber at thomsonreuters.com Anne.Naber at thomsonreuters.com
Wed May 10 13:24:11 UTC 2017

Hello all,

My name is Anne Naber, and I am an accessibility specialist for the Legal Division of Thomson Reuters. We are conducting a 22-question survey about the accessibility of Thomson Reuters Westlaw and also want to gather information about the overall accessibility of web content. The survey should take about 10 minutes to complete. 
Although this survey contains information specifically about Westlaw, please feel free to forward to anyone who might be interested in answering the general questions in the survey. The survey is open now and will close on July 1st. 
This survey is anonymous. If you would like to participate in future surveys or are willing to be contacted directly, please email Anne Naber at accessibility-research at thomsonreuters.com and let us know you would like to be added to the list of customers who are interested in having continued and direct input about our products. We want our products to be highly usable and accessible for all our customers, so additional user feedback is extremely important to us. It is your feedback that will help guide our accessibility efforts, and we cannot stress how important your participation is to us.

Thank you in advance for your time. We value your input immensely, and will use the information gathered to help us align our accessibility efforts with our customers' usage and needs.
Below is the link to the survey.

Anne Naber
Legal UX- accessibility specialist
anne.naber at thomsonreuters.com

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