[Ctabs] We need your help!

Kathryn Webster kathrynwebster.nfb at gmail.com
Mon Jul 13 11:31:03 UTC 2015

Morning friends! 
  If increasing accessibility on websites does not hook you enough, each filled out survey  will add an additional $5 to our national treasury. Please help! Of course, let me know if you have any questions. 
See message below:
I really need your help, and I’m willing to donate $5 to the NFB for each fully completed survey. Again, name is Alex and I’m a blind Ph.D. candidate in marketing at Drexel University. All of my research is about creating a more inclusive marketplace for the blind and vision impaired. I am currently working on two studies regarding the accessibility of retail websites and the official websites for sports teams. I really need your help with a preliminary test for this research, and would greatly appreciate you taking a few minutes to participate in one or both of the online surveys. I need 50-75 responses, and the deadline is July 14 at noon. The information for each study including the link is below. Thank you for your kind consideration in helping me to create greater awareness for this problem.
> Study One
> We would like to know about your thoughts and opinions about being a sports fan, and your experience with using your favorite team’s official website.
> Before we even start, can we invite you to visit your favorite professional or collegiate team's official website? This will make the experience of navigating the website fresh in your mind. You can do that through www.nfl.com, www.nba.com, www.mlb.com, www.nhl.com, or your favorite collegiate team's official website. After that you may take the survey by using the link provided below this text. A donation will be made to the St. Lucy Day School for Visually Impaired Children for each completed survey. You may contact me at ahc43 at drexel.edu if you are having any difficulty. Again, the link to the survey is below this text. 
> http://drexel.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_6VFbbpHvq9ZS7Ot
> Study Two
> I am doing research to find out how consumers with visual impairments react when a retailer’s website is not accessible. There are two different scenarios. The first is how you would react if the homepage was inaccessible. The second is how you would react if a transaction couldn’t be made due to inaccessibility issues. The survey should take about 10 minutes..
> A donation will be made to the St. Lucy Day School for Visually Impaired Children for each completed survey.
> If you are having any difficulty, you may contact me at ahc43 at drexel.edu. The link is below.
> http://drexel.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_73rF25cjE7gFYJD
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