[Athen] seeking sources to cite about time it takes to navigate with a screen reader

Adina Mulliken am2621 at hunter.cuny.edu
Thu Aug 4 10:48:01 PDT 2016

I'm working on an article for an audience that includes people with no familiarity with screen readers. I'm looking for sources to cite to quickly give readers a sense that it tends to take significantly longer to navigate using a screen reader than with vision. I realize there's a huge variation in the time it takes depending on many factors, but I want to convey a general idea.

It is an academic audience that would more likely trust peer reviewed sources or edited sources (journals, edited news articles, reports, websites...). Even tiny, qualitative user studies would help.

Thank you for any suggestions!

Adina Mulliken
Assistant Professor, Librarian
Social Work and Public Health Library
Hunter College, CUNY
Phone: 212-396-7665
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