[BlindMath] Accessible Data Qualitative Program (JAWS User)

SuperSilly xsuper.sillyx at gmail.com
Tue Mar 28 00:30:47 UTC 2023


Personally, I had contacted NVIVO regarding accessibility issue related 
to the software, and the staff claimed that the software is accessible.

I am not saying that I agree to their claim, but I hope more and more 
people can contact them to let them know that their claim is totally 
wrong based on our user perspective so that they really pay attention to 
this issue.

So I would advice your friend to also write an emailor call them to talk 
to them, let them know not juse me, and also other visually impaired 
people are also experiencing this issue.

Sadly, I know NVIVO is one of, and mostly the only available 
professional solution for qualitative analysis.

Kevin Price via BlindMath 於 27/3/2023 22:48 寫道:
> Hi first time posting to this list,
> I have a student finishing her program.  She is Blind and uses JAWS screen reader.  She is looking for a software program that does qualitative analysis of data,  she mentioned NVivo but said that it wasn't accessible for her.   "NVivo is Lumivero's easy-to-use, collaborative qualitative analysis software that allows researchers to import, organize, explore, connect and collaborate on their data to reveal more significant insights from their qualitative data faster."
> Has anyone found an accessible solution/program that does qualitative analyses of data or had any other ideas?  I have had no connection with this type of software so I am unsure of all the disability related barriers that may be present with this type of software.
> Thank you,
> Kevin Price, MSW
> Assistant Director of Accessible Technology
> Student Accessibility Services
> Ginsburg Center for Inclusion and Community Engagement
> University of Central Florida
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