[Athen] accessible web survey tools
petri.1 at osu.edu
Tue Jan 11 11:56:57 PST 2011
Thanks Sean. And you're right--it's a bit out of date. For one, the caveats
about high-contrast and tab navigability re: SurveyMonkey no longer hold.
We've been using Survey Gizmo at the WAC for quite a while for both CIC
surveys and also for surveys to our DS office students.
James, in SG, I recommend avoiding the "sortable" and star-ratng questions.
Those are still problematic with keyboard and screen reader. Also, you might
have a look at our "tips" section. Those still hold:
SurveyMonkey has done some nice things with table markup in their grid-based
questions that are specifically geared for accessibility. It's definitely
worth trying out.
We will update our information in the next few months. So I have added in a
note at the top of the page warning about the age of the information....
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On Tue, Jan 11, 2011 at 2:21 PM, Sean J Keegan <skeegan at stanford.edu> wrote:
> Hi James,
> > What do you all recommend for accessible web based surveys?
> Have you looked at the study from Ohio State University that reviewed a
> number of different survey tools?
> Some of the data is from 2008 and may be a bit dated, but I think the
> overall information is still useful (and is one of the best evaluations done
> on survey tools).
> Take care,
> Sean Keegan
> On Jan 11, 2011, at 9:13 AM, James L Bailey <jbailey at uoregon.edu> wrote:
> > What do you all recommend for accessible web based surveys? Thanks.
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> > James
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> > James Bailey
> > Adaptive Tech Coordinator
> > University of Oregon
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