[Blindmath] SPSS and JAWS - IBM requesting users to help with accessibility testing

David Andrews dandrews at visi.com
Wed Dec 7 18:12:17 CST 2011


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>> >
>> > As some of you know, IBM acquired SPSS (a commonly used 
>> statistical analysis software package) a couple of years ago. IBM 
>> has recently become aware of some accessibility issues with SPSS 
>> when using JAWS and other screen readers and is working to address them.
>> >
>> > I was told that they are looking for students or professionals 
>> who use screen readers and 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 (or know 
>> of students who would like to do so), 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: <mailto:lar at us.ibm.com>lar at us.ibm.com<mailto:lar at us.ibm.com>
>> >
>> >
>> > Steve Noble
>> > Chair, National Technology Task Force
>> > Learning Disabilities Association of America 
>> <mailto:steve.noble at louisville.edu>steve.noble at louisville.edu<mailto:steve.noble at louisville.edu>
>> > 502-969-3088



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