[Mdabs] seeking students for information about inaccessible technology

Chris Nusbaum dotkid.nusbaum at gmail.com
Fri Mar 22 20:14:39 UTC 2013


Valerie Yingling, who is a paralegal for the NFB, is seeking high 
school and college students who have any experience with 
inaccessible technology in the classroom.  This can include Web 
sites, software, mobile apps, e-book readers, or any other 
technology you have had trouble accessing.  Any information you 
provide will help the Federation better understand what 
technology is important to you as a student and which companies 
we should reach out to about accessibility.  If necessary, this 
information may also assist the advocacy team at our national 
office along with our lawyers in making a case for accessibility 
which can be taken to the companies themselves, the Department of 
Justice, or even the courts.  Any and all information you provide 
is kept private, and the Federation will only use your name with 
your permission.  If you are interested in sharing your 
experiences, please call Valerie at (410) 659-9314, extension 
2440 or write to her at vyingling at nfb.org.



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