[Athen] Link fixed for Box.com Accessibility Survey
johumber at iu.edu
Thu Feb 25 09:16:34 PST 2016
I am part of the box accessibility advisory group. I'm curious as to the purpose of this survey because it had not been discussed at any of the previous Box accessibility advisory group meetings I have attended.
In addition, the group has collaboratively provided information about accessibility concerns directly to Box through this group and Box representatives have responded.
In my personal opinion, I guess I would have appreciated if this survey had been run through the Box accessibility group before being sent out.
Principal Accessibility Analyst
Assistive Technology and Accessibility Centers
University Information Technology Services
Indiana University, IUPUI IT 210F
johumber at iu.edu<mailto:johumber at iu.edu>
From: athen-list [mailto:athen-list-bounces at mailman13.u.washington.edu] On Behalf Of Lane, Lori
Sent: Tuesday, February 23, 2016 4:51 PM
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Subject: [Athen] Link fixed for Box.com Accessibility Survey
I have fixed the link below that you should be able to access and submit it. Thanks for being patient!
Box.com Accessibility Survey for Higher Education
Box.com is working on improving the accessibility of their products to people with disabilities and created an accessibility advisory group to help them in their accessibility efforts.
To help the accessibility advisory group identify and prioritize accessibility issues related to Box.com products we have created a short survey for you to share your knowledge and experience related to accessibility issues you have observed or experienced using Box.com products.
Examples of disability include people with mobility limitations who rely solely on keyboard operation, the blind who use screen readers and people with visual impairments have issues of size and color contrast.
The survey is anonymous; your name or contact information is not required. Thank you for participating in our survey.
IT Accessibility Specialist in Universal Design, M.Ed.
Instructional Design & e-Learning certificate
Accessible IT Group<http://disability.illinois.edu/academic-support/aitg> (AITG)
Disability Resources and Educational Services (DRES)
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Rehabilitation Education Center
1207 S. Oak St., MC - #574
lorilane at illinois.edu<mailto:lorilane at illinois.edu>
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