[Nfbc-info] DOR Survey

Bryan Bashin bashin at calweb.com
Thu Dec 3 17:13:01 UTC 2009

Hi there,

Chuck's suggestion to use survey monkey is excellent.  I've used this 
free tool for quite a number of panels and other committees and it's 
exceptional.  Of course it is only useful to survey those who are 
internet-savvy; part of the challenge to survey past DOR clients is 
that many of the ones with the greatest problems getting training may 
be less likely to be able to fill out an online survey.  So both 
methods are necessary.  But as long as one is
circulating a survey on the net survey monkey is really a great way to go.


:15 AM 12/3/2009, you wrote:
>While I have not been a DOR client within the past five years. This 
>survey could have been made more accessible by using an Internet 
>site such as www.surveymonkey.com. It works very well with screen 
>reading software and answers can be checked and there can be text 
>fields for open ended comments. It is also much faster then making 
>all the changes to this form. You might want to try it for any future surveys.
>----- Original Message ----- From: "Roger Oberholzer" <oberholzerr at msn.com>
>To: <nfbc-info at nfbnet.org>
>Sent: Wednesday, December 02, 2009 8:37 PM
>Subject: [Nfbc-info] DOR Survey
>>I created an easier to access version of the DOR Survey that we passed out
>>at the NFBC Convention. It is a simple Word document and most questions can
>>be answered with Yes or No. At the end of each question, I made it a Yes/No
>>sample. Please erase that sample and write your answer. The very last
>>question, provides you with an option to be more specific regarding your
>>answers. Please find this easier version attached to this email.
>>Please, please make an effort to submit your survey by no later than
>>December 7, 2009 to Mary Willows at mwillows at sbcglobal.net.
>>Please inform any individual who has received services through the
>>Department's Blind Field Services district in the past five years of the
>>survey and the ways in which they can access it. The more individuals who
>>complete the survey the better we can assess the status of services provided
>>through SB 105 and the Blind Field Services District. The last day to submit
>>completed surveys will be Monday, December 7, 2009. Data will be compiled in
>>a composite form and no identifying information will be contained in the
>>survey results.
>>Roger Oberholzer
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