[BlindKid] Paid Student Feedback: Pearson Tactile Graphic Study: Recruitment Questionnaire for Students Under the Age of 18

Carlton Anne Cook Walker attorneywalker at gmail.com
Wed Jun 26 15:55:20 UTC 2019

*Paid Student Feedback *

*Pearson Tactile Graphic Study: Recruitment Questionnaire for Students
Under the Age of 18*


Please find below another opportunity for paid student feedback at the 2019
NFB National Convention below. I can tell you, from experience, that our
children have valuable feedback to provide, and they really enjoy earning a
bit of money (in the form of gift cards) that they can spend as they

Please consider this opportunity for your child.

Thank you,


Dear Parent/Guardian,

We are pleased to invite students to participate in a research study about
tactile graphics. The purpose of this study is to help us understand how
best to produce tactile graphics so that they are useful to students.  We
are going to be showing participants up 6 graphics produced using three
different methods. We have produced an embossed version on a braille
printer, a version on swell paper, and a version on thermoform paper.

The study activities will be held at the National Federation of the Blind’s
2019 National Convention. Study times will be scheduled at various times on
Sunday, July 7th through Friday, July 12th. If your child is selected to
participate, he/she will receive a $50 Amazon Card for every 30 minutes of
participation (no more than 1 ½ hours).

If you and your child are already attending the National Federation of the
Blind 2019 Convention, please activate the link below to provide us with
additional information. This information will then be used to make sure
that this study is a good fit for you.  The participant slots will be
allotted on a first-come-first-serve basis, so please complete the survey
as soon as possible.

Surveys must be completed no later than July 2, 2019.  The responses will
be reviewed by Pearson staff and Consent Letters will be sent on or before
July 6, 2019 to those selected for participation.

If your child is selected to participate in the study, we will notify you
via email and attach an electronic consent form for you to complete. Once
we receive the consent form back, we will schedule a time slot for your

*Please click this link to take the survey:

Carlton Anne Cook Walker
Attorney at Law
BEAR--Blindness Education and Advocacy Resources
Teacher of Students with Blindness/Low Vision
President, National Organization of Parents of Blind Children (NOPBC)
101 Kelly Drive
Carlisle, PA   17015
Voice: 717-658-9894
Twitter: braillemom

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