[Blindmath] SPSS and JAWS - IBM requesting users to help with accessibility testing
steve.noble at louisville.edu
Tue Dec 6 12:48:58 CST 2011
Yes...I also posted to the DSSHE list. I don't see a problem with reposting. The fact that a company wants blind users to help do accessibility testing of their product seems like is a good thing to me.
From: blindmath-bounces at nfbnet.org [mailto:blindmath-bounces at nfbnet.org] On Behalf Of Birkir R. Gunnarsson
Sent: Tuesday, December 06, 2011 1:34 PM
To: Blind Math list for those interested in mathematics
Subject: Re: [Blindmath] SPSS and JAWS - IBM requesting users to help with accessibility testing
This is truly fantastic news.
Do you subscribe to other lists, such as DSSHE (though Buffalo) or other DSS staff lists?
I am sure this info would be of interest to many there.
With your permission, I will repost this info to the Euroblind technology mailinglist at least.
On 12/6/11, Noble,Stephen L. <steve.noble at louisville.edu> wrote:
> I have been following the recent email discussions on the current
> status of usability of IBM's SPSS software with JAWS. After consulting
> with my contacts at IBM, they did confirm that they were recently made
> aware of some accessibility issues and are working to address them as we speak.
> I was told that they are looking for students or professionals who
> have access to SPSS with whom they can work to do accessibility
> testing as issues are resolved.
> If you are interested in helping IBM with SPSS testing, please contact
> the following person (her email and phone are included):
> Laurie Riekmann
> Senior Manager Research and Development Collaboration & Deployment
> Services IBM Software Group, Business Analytics
> Phone: 507-253-8120
> e-mail: lar at us.ibm.com<mailto:lar at us.ibm.com>
> Hope this helps,
> --Steve Noble
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